A new open plan kitchen extension that includes a family area becomes the focal point of the house. The island is where the whole family comes together. The direct connection of this space with the garden, open the place up and brings the garden inside.
A new loft conversion can raise the value of the house up to more than 1/3rd of the price – according to RICS. But the most important element is how this new loft conversion creates the dream master bedroom for the owners. With big rooflights , a sitting area included, a walk-in wardrobe (a touch of luxury) and an en-suite tailored made to the owner’s need and style.
A basement does not have to be dark and gloomy. The light can be bring down via lightwells or lightunnels and with the help of mirrors and hidden lighting, it can be transform the space to a second informal living room, a dinning area or a party space.
A small bathroom can look double the size with the introduction of mirrors.
A utility room does not need to be boring, It can look like a black cocktail bar with hidden lighting coming from behind.
While during construction periods, is usually a hectic time, the benefits of good design, are life transforming!
Also because we get to meet the clients and make friends with them.
Is a personalise service and from our perspective is very rewarding to make a positive change in peoples' lives.
Founded in 2011, DFA has built a strong reputation for designing beautifully crafted, intelligent buildings that creatively add value for our clients. The design incorporate elements inspired by dance and choreograph the demands of strategic objectives, budgets, deadlines and delivery for great results.
Our growing team of talented and dedicated architects share a culture of excellence and interest in arts.
Our projects have been recognised with a clutch of awards against stiff competition. 23 awards in 2018.
Debbie Flevotomou CV:
(Extract from THE TIMES article)
The architect Debbie Flevotomou, worked for Foster + Partners, the renowned architectural firm, for six years before she set up her own practice, Debbie Flevotomou Architects, in Mayfair, central London in 2012. Flevotomou is also a qualified ballet dancer and specialises in parametric design, which studies the shapes and patterns created by dance and how they can be used to transform a space. “Every composition my practice creates is treated like a stage show where the dancing, the lighting and scenery need to work together in harmony” she says.