Martin Allman Architecture is a small architectural practice based in Winchester, Hampshire.
Principle Martin Allman founded the practice in 2004. We are currently engaged in a mixture of new build, extensions, refurbishments, conservation work and commercial projects.
Previous experience with well-known practices such as Robert Adam Architects (Winchester), John Lyall Architects (London), DLA Architecture (Leeds) and Bond Bryan Architects (Sheffield) also gives us the experience of large-scale urban regeneration, education, commercial and high profile residential projects.
As a practice, we believe that design is subjective. Whether you are looking for contemporary or vernacular architecture, it is our role as designers to adapt our skills to your brief so that we create exemplary places to live and work. We aspire to provide well-proportioned architecture that engages its setting, making the best use of nature and context, as well as being both economically and environmentally conscious.
We provide all services under the RIBA Plan of Work; and offer flexible working arrangements to suit your requirements, whether your need is feasibility design, planning or construction information alone. Fees vary depending on the size, scale and complexity of your project. This is something we are happy to discuss at enquiry stage.