AECB Member Services : Giuliani ARCHITECTS

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Principal Contact Ian Giuliani
Address 24 Wilson Avenue Henley On Thames Oxfordshire RG9 1ET England
Phone 01491 572601

Legal Details

Date established 1980
Legal status Partnership
Membership of Professional Bodies RIBA registered practice
Number of People in the business 2-5

Profile : Giuliani ARCHITECTS

Business Sector

Other design/consultancy

Business description

Architect's practice
We take an holistic and innovative approach to design to resolve the scientific, artistic and social aspects of architecture simultaneously. We apply traditional and modern construction methods, with particular regard to renewable energy, often in connection with Historic and Listed Buildings, Conservation Areas, urban environmental improvements and rural regeneration.
The practice seeks to provide a professional rather than contractural service.

Main business activities

  • Housing: new build and refurbishment
  • Education
  • Planning
  • Agriculture

Scope of Work

Contract value range from £50,000 - £5 million


Company philosophy

The practice seeks to be intellectual, technical, practical, innovative, and even entrepreneurial. Nevertheless, it aims to provide a professional rather than a contractural service. We take the traditional view that to be professional means attending to clients' requirements beyond the constraints of a contract.

In our work we seek to balance the opposites of civic cohesion and individuality and tend to be attracted by public projects such as those in the area of education, housing and community regeneration and look to well researched, focused and imaginative solutions

The practice strives to satisfy and resolve the scientific, artistic and social aspects of architecture. we relish complex projects which embrace technology, but search beyond the mechanistic and utilitarian to engage science in a cultural and social context, and which we attempt to reflect as architecture.

Materials Sourcing

Materials are chosen upon consideration of embodied energy; thermal performance and efficiency as well as environmental impact. Products and materials are also chosen to promote health and wellbeing of those who will use the buildings.

Energy Efficiency

Most recent projects include low energy factory to Energy Saving Trust Advanced standard.
Design for a house to be built to Passivhaus standards.

Reducing the environmental footprint of the business

A life long practise of life style choices that help to nurture and protect our local environment permeate the business. Recycling and non wastefulness are the norm. The environmental footprint of the practice has always been very small.
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