PFA Architects are an amazing team of interior designers, 3D modelers, technologists, technicians and sight construction administrators. They have worked hard to establish themselves as one of the leading practices in Guernsey, over the past 20 years they have managed to achieve a track record of planning success. They are well equipped to support all of their clients and provide the interface between design and construction. Their expertise range from traditional and contemporary design to the technical skills needed to support the administration of the construction. They pride themselves on their personable down to earth approach to client relationships and will help to fulfill your dreams and ideas. They have managed to establish themselves as one of the leading practices in Guernsey.
One of the many places that they worked with was the Les Goubeys Farm. With this property PFA Architects wanted to provide direct access into the heart of the home rather than having to pass through all of the rooms in the ground floor. To do this they added a stunning contemporary glass walkway. The building is still visible through the glass; a small cottage was also linked to the building. The spaces were them re-worked to provide a new master bedroom, guest accommodation and a boot room. The interiors were designed by the sister company PF+A Interiors.
Another one is Antiqua. With this property them removed the kitchen wall and added an extension; the extension increased the properties floor area by 50%. The property looks ordinary and roughly the same one e outside, but gorgeous on the inside. The work they have done has provided an open living space for the whole family to enjoy. The vaulted ceiling allows the light to shine through and brighten up the room, the large folding doors connect the new extension to the garden. This stunning refurbishment was accomplished on a relatively modest budget.
For PFA Architects to provide their services there is a procedure in which they follow. This starts with a client meeting, this is usually held on sight and you discus your ideas for the development with someone from their team so they can offer their advice. Then a measured survey is completed on the property. Then they create a proposed plan and once this is finalized it is sent to the planning department. Next detailed plans are made to show all of the necessary information. Then a building contractor will be selected and then an accurate price will be decided. Lastly they will work with your chosen builder to ensure that everything runs smoothly.