"Beata has a real flair for creative and effective architectural solutions, for a range of building styles, including those of historic interest. She has worked on several projects for us and has been very receptive to clients’ needs and wishes. She also has a great eye for detail."
Dr Claire Daunton and Professor Martin Daunton / Clients
Heritage Projects / Little Wilbraham, Cambridgeshire
"Beata took the time to understand the brief on our project and then designed imaginative enhancements to our home, both inside and outside, that stayed true to the unusual style of the original build while also meeting the functional needs of a large family. We are delighted with the results."
Richard Short and Sophie Costello / Clients
Private Residential/ Cambridge
"Beata has been closely involved with Fisher House for over a decade, including in the refurbishment and redesign of the 1960s Chapel, various feasibility studies and ongoing repairs for our Grade II Listed Building, and the preparation of quinquennial repair and maintenance schedules. Most recently, Beata helped Fisher House with a project to make sound a sagging roof in our timber framed building and to renovate the interior of the attic rooms at the same time. She helped us navigate all the various stages of the project, from investigating the problem, identifying the remedial works, obtaining permissions, tendering for a contractor and overseeing the works. At all times she kept us fully informed about what was going on, and was always quick to respond to any questions. The process went smoothly and we are very happy with the results. We would recommend her services without reservation."
Claude Warnick, CUCA - Cambridge University Catholic Association and Chaplaincy / Client
Heritage - Institutional / Cambridge
Beata was the architect for the building of our family home, in the centre of Cambridge. It was a challenging project – the site was in a conservation area; with a long and controversial planning history and significant local opposition; partly in a flood plain; with significant financial constraints; and an unusual and modern design. Beata was a pleasure to work with, always receptive to the client’s wishes, but also willing to point out opportunities for improvement. She oversaw the project right through to completion, including all on-site supervision of the contractors, finishing the project successfully within budget. Beata combined a strong aesthetic overview of the project with impressive attention to detail and also understood the importance both of a beautiful building and a practical one to live in. We have now lived in the house for 12 years and it remains a joy to live in. I recommend Beata unreservedly.
Professor Geoff Moggridge, Cambridge University / Client
Private Residential/ Cambridge
"Beata was a pleasure to work with on our house. She understood our vision and translated it into a deliverable project which won the support of planners, with some helpful additions that improved the design."
Adam Challis, Executive Director, EMEA / Client
Heritage - Private Residential/ Kelshall, North East Hertfordshire