People are considering their plans for the future more than ever at the moment and we are here to help you. You may have been considering improving or extending your home and now have the time to move things forward. We are experienced Architects who can help by offering virtual meetings to discuss your needs. Call us on 01435 872455 or fill in our contact form to arrange an online no-obligation discussion.

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Turning your aspirations into reality through professional architecture, interior design and project management  


KWA were, throughout the process, highly professional, proactive and creative. I can highly recommend KWA to anyone looking for an intelligent, knowledgeable, creative and professional approach to designing a new, or enhancing an existing, property. Attention to detail, extensive experience, and warm, approachable interpersonal style, make working with KWA easy and enjoyable." 

Claire Palmer

Moving the barn 10 meters back from the road.

"KWA came highly recommended and were involved in the project from inception to the planning application stage. Her design was innovative and exceeded the brief I gave her, which was to design a new eco-friendly five bedroom house in a rural location. Karenna and her team were extremely professional and easy to work with, I would not hesitate to recommend them". L. Wrightson

Extended thatched property to suit a growing family.

Karenna Wilford and her team are professional architects and interior designers. An RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Chartered Practice and ARB (Architects Registration Board) registered, they operate from their base in the Wealden area of Sussex and provide their creative and project management skills in Sussex, Kent and Surrey as well as further afield. While they specialise in modern design, they also have experience of working sympathetically with older or listed buildings. Their focus is on house extensions, refurbishments, new developments and the residential or commercial redevelopment of redundant agricultural buildings.