studiodc | Studio DC Architects is a multi-faceted London based Architecture studio which combines a creative approach to design with a solid grounding in the practical concerns for every project. We have many years of experience working on a range of interesting and challenging projects with a key focus on understanding and interpreting our client’s needs and aspirations.
Studio DC Architects is a multi-faceted London based Architecture studio which combines a creative approach to design with a solid grounding in the practical concerns for every project. We have many years of experience working on a range of interesting and challenging projects with a key focus on understanding and interpreting our client’s needs and aspirations. Studio DC Architects have a wealth of detailed experience working on award winning projects in the Residential, Education, Leisure and Commercial sectors.
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About Us

Studio DC is a multi-faceted Architecture studio which combines a creative approach to design with a solid grounding in the practical concerns for every project.

We have many years of experience working on a range of interesting and challenging projects with a key focus on understanding and interpreting our client’s needs and aspirations.

Our expertise is applying creative thinking to go above and beyond our client’s expectations to produce finished products that not only satisfy the brief but add unquantifiable value by being a delight to look at, and to use.

Andrew de Carteret   RIBA

Andrew de Carteret (Dip Arch RIBA) is a Director of Studio DC Architects and a part time Lecturer at the Kent School of Architecture.

Andrew has a wealth of detailed experience working on award winning projects in the Residential, Education, Leisure and Commercial sectors since completing his Architectural training at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) in 2001.

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