Landivar Architects is a Brighton & London based practice established by Martin Landivar in 2009, working on arts, commercial, residential and urban design projects in London and the South East.
We are a design based studio, collaborating closely with our clients, consultant teams, contractors and end users. Design solutions are cultivated through office-based and applied research into materials, construction techniques and the broader cultural context.
Landivar architects examine materiality, form and the experience of space within different project programmes.
Projects range from hospitality interiors to urban strategies for private, public and commercial sector clients. Recent work includes a mixed use development in Hassocks, consisting of 5 detached houses, apartments and retail space – examining semi- rural typographies with fringe housing, a self build contemporary house in the centre of Brighton, a new headquarters for engineering specialists Mecmesin and a contemporary detached new build villa set in the South Downs.
Landivar have an experienced and dedicated design team that have an established working relationship with consultant teams, contractors and Local Authorities. Each project and client has a single point of contact within the practice to ensure that communication is clear and responsive to our clients needs.
Our client base ranges from private individuals, developers, limited companies and restaurant groups to NHS trusts and charitable bodies.
We enjoy working closely with our clients to create an open and collaborative relationship that results in carefully crafted and bespoke design solutions.
If you would like to find out more, take a look at our portfolio and please give us a call or send us an email to see how we can help you. We will be able to talk through the project details, arrange a site / property visit and advise on the range and scope of recommended architectural services required:
We are a chartered practice with membership to the Royal Institute of British Architects: https://www.architecture.com/