Annabelle Tugby Architects was founded five years ago in June 2011. Annabelle had had a very rewarding 9 years at Stephenson Bell Architects and previous to this positions at Butterfield Macpherson and Michael Hyde’s.
Since forming, Annabelle has built a team which is the foundation of her practice. They are highly skilled designers and highly motivated professionals who continually grow the breadth and reach of the practice’s work. In 2015 they were able to design and build a bespoke newbuild studio in Styal, near Wilmslow, Cheshire where they continue to enjoy a unique approach to work and the pursuit of the best work possible.
Currently a team of four they join together to collaborate on larger projects such as multi-occupancy dwellings and hotels whilst each are highly skilled at high-end residential schemes of all sizes.
Often working in Greenbelts, upon Listed properties or within Conservation Areas they enjoy the challenges and clients benefit from their pro-active and creative approach.
All of their references are previous clients which have completed projects and are only too happy to testify to the unfaltering commitment that ATA have for their clients and all their projects.
“We design elegant, contemporary and high quality architectural projects – work which celebrates beautiful materials, textural contrasts and finely crafted minimalist details.
Although instinctively contemporary by style, our practice has a track record of sensitive refurbishments to period and listed buildings, being able to blend modern interior architecture or extensions to period properties through our experience of delicate planning procedures and conservation.
Each commission is unique; whether a new-build, a whole-scale remodel of an existing house, or a need to extend. We pride ourselves on a highly personable and flexible service no matter the scale of your project. From the initial consultation through to completion on site we aim to make it an exciting and enjoyable experience.
We would love to discuss your project with you.”