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  • Chartered Architectural Practice


Sustainable new build affordable housing scheme.

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Lane End

Contemporary new build Residential Care Home

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Contemporary extension and complete remodelling of a private house in Esher.

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The Hythe

Sustainable and contemporary retirement accommodation in Egham

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Welcome to Archadia

Archadia is a specialist, friendly and reliable chartered architectural practice based in South West London with a team of BIM trained architects, technologists and assistants capable of delivering a personal and professional service.  We aim to be responsive, efficient and progressive with an emphasis on providing high quality buildings that meet our clients’ brief in terms of budget, building function and timescales. Sustainable design is a priority and care is taken in design to give due regard to energy efficiency and the use of renewable materials.

Established over 20 years ago, Archadia has extensive experience in housing, health and special needs, education and public buildings.  Our expertise lies in providing specialist housing for older people and people with disabilities. Many of our clients are large housing associations and several of our specialist housing projects have won awards. We also offer an architectural service for one-off new build and large extension projects and our recent association with West Waddy-ADP has enabled us to additionally offer planning and urban design services and Passivhaus expertise to our clients.


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Planning Approval Granted for Mixed Use Scheme in Hounslow

This project will see the demolition of the existing disused Nantly House and the construction of a new eight-storey building...

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We did it! Archadia Completes Ironman Challenge

On 3rd November the Archadia team completed their Ironman (and Ironlady) challenge to raise money for 1st Fetcham Scouts new...

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This appears from the street as a large white rendered neo-Georgian two storey house but at the rear was originally finished in dull facing brickwork and separated from its garden by an array of attached sheds and a conservatory.

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