Archive for July 2019

Our Latest Wentworth Estate Project is a New Cottage on Beautiful Grounds

Our standing as a favourite architect for residents of the Wentworth Estate has resulted in a new commission to build a separate cottage and guest house for our clients to better accommodate their family. Like all properties on the Wentworth Estate, the main house is surrounded by acres of beautiful grounds, providing opportunities for additional…

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DGA to Restore 17th Century Grade II* Listed Charing Cross Townhouse

Dyer Grimes Architecture have been commissioned to restore a Grade II* listed terraced town house which lies on a historic road between Charing Cross and Victoria Embankment. Originally built in 1677 as part of the York House estate and first occupied by the Countess of Newburgh, the building has since been used as part of…

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Stunning New Garden Renders for our St. Albans Neo-Georgian Mansion

The design process for our Neo-Georgian mansion in St. Albans celebrated an exciting milestone today as we received new renders for the garden, designed by the much-celebrated Emma Griffin. These images demonstrate the power of photorealistic renders during the design process, as both clients and designers alike are able to see the finished design before…

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Entertaining Clients at the Hurlingham Club Aspall Tennis Classic

Jemima and I recently invited the DGA team and some clients to the Aspall Tennis Classic event, where we had to pleasure of watching the likes of Raphael Nadal warm up for Wimbledon. Luckily, warming up wasn’t an issue for us either, as the weather was glorious, putting everyone in high spirits. Here are some…

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DGA Wins Best Luxury Interior Design Boutique at M&A Today Awards

DGA are delighted to announce that we have been awarded ‘Best Luxury Interior Design Boutique” at the 2019 M&A Today Global Awards. Our approach to interior design is defined by the bold use of colour and material, as seen in the pink polished plaster walls and brass accents of the master bathroom of Maida Terrace,…

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How Do I Handle Neighbours During the Planning Process?

It’s almost impossible to build so far from anyone else that you won’t have to think about the impact your development will have on others. Informing and involving neighbours is essential to a successful application and, just as importantly, it’s common courtesy. Neighbours are so integral to planning applications, I’ve dedicated this article to them.…

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