PF+A are a team of Architects Jersey, they have a dedicated team of workers consisting of interior designers, 3D modelers, technicians, technologists and sight construction administrators. They have their own personal track record of achieving planning success. They are well equipped to support the client throughout the whole development. They have managed to establish themselves as one of the leading practices in Guernsey due to all of their amazing work. They like to pride themselves on having a down to earth approach to client relationships. They provide the interface between design and construction. They want to help bring your dreams for your property to life. Their expertise range from traditional and modern design to the technical skills needed to support the administration of the construction.
Any development that you want will mean that they have to follow a certain procedure. These architects Jersey will begin the process with a client meeting, this is usually on site and one of their team will talk to you about what your hoping for with the development and input any advice they may have to offer. Then a measured survey will need to be completed on the building or land, and measurements will be taken. Next a proposed plan is made. Once the design had been finalised it will be submitted to the planning department. Detailed plans will then be made to show all of the necessary information and this will then be sent to building control. Once these approvals have been received, a building contractor will be selected. Lastly is the construction process, they will work closely with the chosen builder to ensure everything runs smoothly.
One of the many properties these architects Jersey, worked on was on the Mystique; this inhabits an east coast vantage point. The original property was made up of several small rooms. They worked hard to transform the property into an outstanding home which is filled with rooms and panoramic glazed doors, these doors allow light to flow through the home. They also fitted a floating staircase which resembles the shape of a harp and works as a functional and stunning centre piece. They also renovated La Ruette, they had to overcome several challenges as part of this property dates back to the 15th century. They began work on the front of the property where they refurbished the lime render, plaster of the home and the staircase. They fitted new oak staircases and bespoke doors were used to complement the original wooden beams.