Complimentary Architecture Advice – ACA’s New Service
Recently, Alessandro and Amelia Caruso decided to dedicate one Saturday morning a month to offer complimentary architecture advice.
In fact, Alessandro is a highly-qualified RIBA architect, specialising in design for dementia and mental health.
ACA’s First Session!
So, On Saturday 17 April 2021, ACA held its first online complimentary architecture advice session. In fact, we spoke to two couples who wanted to discuss their residential architecture plans.
Thanks to online video call facilities, we shared our screens to view Google earth, plans and photographs. As a result we helped the couples shape their briefs and consider their next steps.
After his consultancy session, John Arltey said:
My wife and I wanted to improve our home to better suit our family and business needs. We had been trying to solve this ourselves for years without any conclusion.
On recommendation we contacted Alex and Amelia and sent a description of our situation, our aims, and some simple sketches of our plot. Alex and Amelia just ‘got it’. Very friendly and helpful, they listened to our needs and understood how they might be accommodated by modifying our home.
Alex’s master plan for making our home work better for us solves all our challenges and within our budget. Being able to execute the plan in stages will mean we can fit this in around our existing commitments.
Thank you both Alex and Amelia – I wish we’d known about you sooner.
The Next Session
The next complimentary architecture advice session is on Saturday 17 May and two 60 minute sessions are available at 10.30 or 11.30. Therefore if you have any projects in mind in the health and social care, commercial, education or residential sectors, please get in touch to book your place. Moreover, we can also help you with specialist advice including design for dementia and mental health.
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