BEN STEPHENS B.Sc (Arch)  M.Arch
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Ben Stephens set up his own architectural practice in early 2010 after 10 years experience in the offices of Ruddle Wilkinson Architects, Capita Architecture and Marchini Curran Associates. Ben has worked in a number of sectors: arts & cultural, education, health, residential, retail, offices, sports and leisure and transport.

A number of projects that Ben has worked have been shortlisted for an architectural prize at national level they are the Tally-Ho mixed-use development in North Finchley and Riverside Pavilion in Peterborough.

Ben was an award winning architecture student at the University of Dundee before finalising his studies at the University of Nottingham. Each project is a unique challenge, that's why Ben loves being an architect. Various architectural styles influence his work whether they are traditional or modern.

Ben has the ability to interpret an idea through hand sketches which he uses as a starting point of each project before relying on computer aided design.
Ben has another company specialising in golf course design/masterplanning and has created a number of golf courses.
Our main aim is to meet client requirements on time and value for money with high quality design. Client interaction is a vital part of our role as an architect so that we understand the needs of the client.

Ben Stephens Architect offers the following services:

  • Architectural Design (Inception to Completion)
  • Masterplanning
  • Feasibility Study and Site Analysis
  • Conceptual Design
  • Planning Drawings/Consultancy
  • Building Regulations Information
  • Construction Information Drawings
  • Project Management
  • Procurements/Contracts
  • Computer Visualisation/Presentation Sketches
Ben is a registered architect and can be found on the
Architect's Registration Board (ARB) which abides by a code of conduct and professional standards.

www.arb.org.uk

Ben is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) which champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture

www.architecture.com

Ben Stephens Architect are supporters of:

  • Architect in the House for Shelter
  • Architect's Benevolent Society
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