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Heals hosts RIBA ‘ Ask an Architect’

This event finished on 27 April 2013

Tottenham Court Road, London

‘Ask an Architect’

Do you need to:

·         reconfigure your home to maximise space?

·         create extra storage?

·         introduce energy-saving solutions and save money?

·         add value to your home?

Heal’s and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), are offering free, 30-minute consultations with RIBA Chartered Architects in-store at  King’s Road and Tottenham Court Road on April 20th and 27th from 10.30 am to 3.30pm.

Simply book a timeslot online and come along with your plans, photos, drawings or simply your ideas and discuss your needs with a professional architect in a no obligation meeting.

Whether it’s inspiration for a study, an extra bedroom, better living space or a new build, a RIBA Chartered Architect can save you time, money and stress, helping you create the home of your dreams.

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is known to millions through the work of its 40,000+ ‘RIBA’ architect members, drawn from across the globe, and bearing the gold standard for practice in the profession. They are committed to improving everyday life through better designed buildings.

Please email: event2@heals.co.uk to book your consultations.

For more info on other events at Heals visit here

Architects attending:

Tottenham Court Road 

1. Brian Love

2. Neil Kahawatte

3. Paul McAneary                                                 

 

King’s Road

1. Elisa Pardini

2. Nick Willson

3. Julia Wyatt

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