Dominic McKenzie Architects (DMA) is a London-based company, founded in 2011 with its offices in Islington. Its founder, Dominic McKenzie, has been a Camden and Islington resident for over 25 years and has worked on a large number of London projects during this time. The company specialises in blending modern design with historic architecture, offering services for both listed and unlisted buildings around London.
Founder Dominic McKenzie is an architect with decades of experience, and many awards to his name, including a RIBA Stirling award, a Sunday Times British Homes Award, and an NLA ‘Don’t Move Improve’ award.
Our speciality is combining modern designs with traditional architecture, particularly with a focus on listed buildings. We assist owners in modernising and upgrading their properties without infringing upon the listed status of the building.
At Dominic McKenzie Architects, we understand that every client has different preferences and levels of involvement when it comes to their project. That’s why we strive to provide a flexible approach that caters to the specific needs and desires of each client. Our clients have the option to be as hands-on or hands-off as they prefer throughout the entire process. If you prefer to simply provide us with a brief and allow our experienced team to take the lead and drive the project forward, that’s perfectly fine with us. Or, if you prefer to be more involved and have a say at every stage, we welcome and encourage that level of participation as well.
The initial step in our process is a site visit and consultation, where we gain an understanding of the building and the client’s vision for it. Our design team then creates a plan that aligns with the client’s brief. Planning permissions are obtained on the client’s behalf, followed by construction. After completion, we conduct thorough quality control to ensure that the final product meets our high standards.
We work across the entirety of London, so if you have a project that we’d be a good fit for, get in touch to get it started today.