Architect and practice director Mike Darwell is a conservation accredited architect and on the Diocesan Advisory Panel list of approved architects in the diocese of Carlisle, the diocese of Leeds and the diocese of Blackburn. Mike is an architect member of the Diocesan Advisory Committee of Liverpool Diocese. Mike is also Cathedral Architect to Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.
Architect and practice director Dearbhail Keating is a conservation accredited architect, SPAB Lethaby Scholar and on the Diocesan Advisory Panel list of approved architects in the diocese of Carlisle, the diocese of Leeds and the diocese of Blackburn.
Whether you are a PCC looking to appoint a new church architect to carry out your next quinquennial inspection or are considering a major phase of re-ordering or simply want some advice on localised repairs we are very well experienced with all aspects of church architectural projects both large and small.
We have a pragmatic and client led approach to our ecclesiastical commissions and will strive to form very close working partnerships with church wardens and vicars, at all times working hard to balance the needs of the building user, the Church’s mission and the very specific requirements of the building itself. We like to think that as your church architect we will be on the end of the phone to help when you need us.
We are interested in all aspects and sizes of architectural projects, for both private and public sector clients. If you have a project you would like to discuss with us, or are just looking for some advice, please do not hesitate to telephone, email or write.