An Architect’s Guide to Chelsea

‘Made in Chelsea’ is the name of the popular TV show following the lives and loves of Chelsea’s gilded youth. Read More

An Architect’s Guide to Notting Hill

Home of the famous Carnival, Notting Hill is a vibrant area of strong contrasts;  where some of the most expensive Read More

Top 5 Architectural Improvements for London Properties

It is said that an Englishman or woman’s home is their castle, and this is especially true for Londoners living Read More

An Architect’s Guide to Maida Vale and Edgware Road

Maida Vale, made famous by the BBC studios in the area that shares the same name, is a beautiful and Read More

An Architect’s Guide to Blackheath

Taking its name from Blackheath Common, a vast open plain that is connected to Greenwich Park, Blackheath is a quiet Read More

An Architect’s guide to Hampstead

Hampstead is extraordinarily rich in architectural experience, a place that began as a village and has been added to and Read More

An Architect’s guide to Islington

Call me biased if you like, but I love Islington. I’ve lived in or near this leafy urban village for Read More

Wimbledon House – Radio interview

  Finale, our client for the Wimbledon House, was interviewed on Radio London as part of Open House weekend. She Read More

Tower House in London Open House 2018

Despite the unusually gloomy weather on the 22nd of September the queue outside Tower House, N1 was a steady 40 Read More

New Architects 3

Dominic McKenzie Architects are delighted to be included in the ‘New Architects 3’ book published by Merrell. The book showcases ‘the Read More