We have designed successful projects ranging from private houses, residential conversions, exhibitions and furniture, restaurants and office designs.
We are pragmatic modernists ensuring the design follows the way the building functions with their surroundings and context. We listen to our client’s requirements, carry out any research and consultation and draw up a brief at the start, advising on budget and timescale. We investigate appropriate sustainable materials and technology for each project and strike a close relationship with our clients in order to discuss the design and deliver what the client wants.
We carry out the full range of architectural services from initial space planning sketches and cost advice to planning applications design development, building regulation submission drawings and information for construction to carrying our site project management. We break our fees down into clear fee packages which set out the costs of the various services we provide.
We are happy to make an initial meeting to discuss your project.
Barbara McFarlane has worked as an architect and project manager for 25 years. She has worked on numerous housing projects both refurbishment and new build as well as a range of community projects prior to forming The McFarlane Partnership. She is a member of various amenity organisations working to improve the local environment.
Clive Pavely has worked as an interior designer, product designer and furniture designer for 25 years. Designing furniture and interiors for a number of clients: London Transport, The Post Office, British Airports Authority, The Victorian and Albert Museum and Sir Terrance Conran, before forming The McFarlane Partnership. Clive is a Royal College of Art graduate and has taught furniture design and product design at Worthing Art School and Kingston University. He is a keen naturalist and is a member of a conservation group working to improve the natural habitat of a chalk stream river.