We are an award winning Architects practice based in Covent Garden, Central London.
We specialise in residential, office, retail and leisure schemes and have earned an excellent reputation for delivering high quality design with a clear understanding of our client's commercial needs.
We are very excited that our 50 Marshall Street office scheme has been shortlisted for the best West End Regeneration project at the OAS Development Awards. The Soho project involves the refurbishment of a 14,000 sq,ft of offices plus a 1,100 sq.ft roof extension, new roof terrraces and a new 1,400 sq.ft retail unit at ground floor, all to a BREEAM Excelent standard.
We are delighted that our West Wickham library and housing scheme was granted Planning Permission this week by Bromley Council. The scheme involves a significant extension to the existing library providing new facilities such as a cafe, community space, maker space, outdoor classroom and business lounge along with 26 new build flats to the rear of the site. The new flats will have over 50% affordable housing provision with 23% family units for the local community. Construction is expected to start at the end of this year.
We are delighted to announce that Pardip Kaur has been promoted as an Associate. She joined BMA in 2018 and has over 20 years experience of job running projects around the UK. She recently completed our fantastic scheme at Dundonald Church and is currently running our Highgate Pre-Prep School project.
Wonderful to attend the opening thanksgiving service for Dundonald Church in Wimbledon. So great to see our project completed and so many happy people using this fantastic building. The scheme includes 18 new apartments above the church which helped finance to whole development.
Our 13,000 sq.ft office scheme with a new green wall in Carnaby Street was granted Planning Permission by Westminster City Council this week. The Chair of the Planning Committee described the application as 'oustanding and stunning' and 'an exemplar scheme to be commended and to be used as a template for future schemes'.