Tim Marc Warner Architect

A fully Qualified Architect, Design Director And Client/Contract Supervisor

Tim Warner Architect

Tim Warner is a fully qualified Architect and Design Director and Client/Contract supervisor with experience across many sectors and in complex and high contract value projects.

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Architectural Portfolio

Over the last 19 years Tim has amased a large portfolio of architectural projects. A selection of which can be viewed on this website.

Tim Warner's Portfolio

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If you are seeking an experienced Architect, Design Director or Client/Contract supervisor for your project or want to find out more about Tim feel free to contact him.

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Tim Warner’s Ethos

'I try and develop a strong storyboard for each building and appraisal the client requires, which focuses on a clear narrative that will when built, or a success at the feasibility and planning stages, result in the best interests being met of all those concerned with the use of the building and the project proposal.

I always try and challenge the space and development potential of any site with a new design, while maximizing the square footage and aesthetics potential wherever and whenever possible. While I develop this narrative, I also endeavour to ensure that this approach is combined with contextual awareness, an historic appreciation of the surroundings and a full consideration for the scale, visual impact and potential-modernity of the design. I do believe that each design should look comfortable and at-ease in its context and that no pre-style or pre-conception should be brought to any project because the eventual scheme must deliver a successful solution for full 'stakeholder' engagement. That is to say that everyone involved in the eventual use and enjoyment of the building should be benefited greatly; to include the client, the planning authority, the financiers and most importantly of course, the project's users on a daily basis.

Good careful-design is a sensitive process and done well it should improve the living conditions and the working lives for us all.'