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introduction:

alan bayne of the , fulham, london based, alan bayne associates has been a principal, in architectural practice, for more than 30 years.

alan was formerly director of the interior design company triforia interior design ltd, and founding partner of the south west london based architectural practice the davis and bayne partnership, until the formation of the current practice in 1994. 

scope of work:

the scope of this practice's past work, has included the successful completion of high quality solutions in architecture and interior design , over an extensive range of projects .

projects completed include:

private and commercial residential , office, retail , shops , hotel , bar , restaurant , recreational and other commercial developments including recording studios , public transportation and the analysis of station design .

performance:

the practice takes pride in its performance , seeking to achieve good value for its clients, by adopting the most suitable planning strategy , while aiming to pursue the most appropriate design solution :

experience:

the practice has extensive experience working with new build construction and refurbishment and restoration and heritage projects including the change of use, alteration and extension of these.

success:

the practice enjoys a reputation for the successful delivery of its many past projects , on time , to the agreed programme and on budget .

sustainability:

the practice is a registered  'eco-refurbisher' with the 'green register' and as such has practical understanding of the implementation and integration of sustainable technologies within building projects both new build and retrofit.

conservation:

the practice is educated in conservation procedures and icomos standards and has over many years gained a solid reputation for sensitive and interesting architectural solutions to the alteration , repair , restoration and refurbishment of listed and older buildings and those situated within conservation areas.