Our recent project 204 Upper Richmond Road, London, SW15 6TD sees a stunning, contemporary conversion into flats. This project involves full building refurbishment to present a beautiful residential property in Putney.

Easing the lock down means these flats are now read...

With social distancing at hand, we are still having proposals drawn up. Having spoken to the client to get an initial brief and survey plans from the estate agent, we managed to draw up an outline plan. This was then presented to the client through video call using Zoo...

With the pandemic at large, business is still as usual at Andrew Catto Architects!

New design proposals are still being agreed with our clients and drawings and planning applications are still being undertaken and going ahead!

The planning system is still open and so a...

Today is a special day as our very own Andrew Catto celebrates his 70th! Melissa had a cake planned in advance (do not worry, the council approved of the planning).

As you will notice, the cake also complies with Building Regulations Part B as it is Fire Rated Class 0!

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Wishing everyone a Happy Easter!

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With the pandemic that is at play currently, we cannot allow ourselves to be down. Here are some shots from our finished flats down Upper Richmond Road. Not all is doom and gloom after all! 

Watching the men at work is fascinating and observing how the poles connect to create a structure in itself is an art. Additionally, the workers have all their safety gear and attachments to prevent any accidents. A perfect example of how when things are done correctly...

Here are some photos of another completed project!

Here are some photos showing the steel beams being put in place for one of our recent projects. The simplicity of steel beams are a hidden beauty in architecture. Often overlooked due to its appearance, but when a moment is taken, one can truly appreciate the rawness o...

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Imagine a child, standing impatiently on a chair while a grandmother measures their body: the length of their torso, the span of the shoulders, the le...

This column addressed to those of the 2,031 adults surveyed by InBuilding.org with YouGov who don’t know what architects do, writes Christine Murray

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