Bransons, Playford Completion! by architects studio

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Patrick Allen & Associates are pleased to announce the completion of another successful project in Playford. 

This stunning private residential dwelling is an inspiring, contemporary dwelling designed to sit comfortably within the surrounding landscape. Split over 3 levels, the rooms were arranged to have a generous amount of space and ample sunlight flooding the rooms.

Fitted with beautifully crafted kitchen units and an elegant solid wood, semi circular staircase that sits proudly in the centre of the home.

For more information and images, visit the page on our website :

******* WORK HAS COMMENCED ON SITE ******* by Patrick Allen & Associates


Patrick Allen & Associates are pleased to announce that works have recently commenced on site  for a replacement dwelling in Waldringfield.

The site is situated on the Bank of the River Deben on the Suffolk Coast and Heath Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The proposed 2 storey dwelling will replace the existing bungalow with complimentary materials and the clients prrefered "New England" design to sit comfortably within its surroundings.

The new dwelling was designed to give the occupants all of the modern amenities and facilities that the present bungalow is currently lacking.

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Careers by architects studio

19.07.2017    -    RIBA Part 1 / RIBA Part 2 Vacancy, or Junior Architectural Technician

Patrick Allen & Associates Architects are looking for skilled Part 1 / Part 2 architectural assistants or junior technicians to help deliver a range of exciting projects.

Please reply with C.V. and relevant examples of work by email for the attention of Mr Andrew Catton, to

RIBA Suffolk Craftmanship Awards 2017 by architects studio

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Patrick Allen and Associates are proud to announce that their involvement alongside Gipping Homes on the development of The Bartlet Hospital conversion into flats has won the RIBA Suffolk Craftmanship Awards 2017 under the Restoration category.

The project has been ongoing since July 2012 and a lot of hard work has gone into the detailing of the architectural features, resulting in a beautifully crafted restoration project, keeping the original features of the Bartlet Hospital whilst breathing new life into the building.


Judges comments:

"Probably the most controversial in the re-use of old buildings has been the Bartlet Convalescent Home in Felixstowe, successfully and remarkably converted into apartments by Peter Blemings (Gipping Homes). The whole building sits on top of a Martello tower, the base of which is now a feature on the landward side. It has been converted without losing any of the character or appearance of the previous use. In fact, some locals suggested that the restoration has improved the building, tidied up overgrowing greenery and repaired the damaged fabric."

More information on the Bartlet

The Turks Head, Hasketon by architects studio

Recently re-opened, the Turks Head Public House has won the title of Suffolk's Best Pub and is now hoping for national honours. Patrick Allen & Associates Ltd are proud to have been the designers involved in this renovation and extension project which is proving to be a very successful venture for our Clients.

1 The Hill, Ousden by architects studio

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Patrick Allen & Associates Ltd, in partnership with Evolution Town Planning LLP, recently achieved planning consent on a difficult site adjacent a Grade II listed building. The Local Planning Department gave very positive feedback, describing the concept as "an eminently high design quality, utilising a green sedum, mono-pitch roof form and partial earth sheltering to substantially reduce the visual intrusion from the roadside."

For further details of the scheme, visit the page on our website at:

School Site, Melton by architects studio

Patrick Allen & Associates Ltd. have recently obtained planning permission for works at the former School Site in Melton. Two former school buildings will be refurbished, extended and converted in to habitable accommodation. The site will also boast five new dwellings, two of which will be detached, with a row of three terraced houses facing the site entrance. A use of modern materials will provide an interesting contrast between past and present in the sensitive Woodbridge conservation area.

The Garland, Ipswich by architects studio

A development of 4 new houses has recently been approved on the site of the former Garland Public House on Humber Doucy Lane. The proposed development will use contemporary materials for the housing which will reflect a traditional form.

The Glebes, Snape by architects studio

Recently completed, The Glebes development in Snape provides ten new dwellings and associated garaging in a much sought after location. Patrick Allen & Associates Ltd. redesigned the internal layouts and improved the external appearance of the properties, also including alterations to the garage block, following planning consent having previously been obtained by others. Further assistance was given in resolving Land Registry complications and establishing correct boundaries.

Careers by architects studio

29.02.2016    -    Experienced Architectural Technician / RIBA Part 2 Vacancy

Patrick Allen & Associates Architects are looking for experienced architectural technicians / Part 2 architectural assistants to help with an expanding workload of interesting and unique projects ranging from small scale domestic through to large scale housing and commercial developments.

Candidates must have minimum of 3 years industry experience together with strong technical knowledge and excellent AutoCAD skills.

Please reply with C.V. and relevant examples of work by email for the attention of Mr Andrew Catton, to

Belvedere by architects studio

Recently completed private dwelling in Bredfield which has been entered for the RIBA Suffolk design award 2016.

Christmas Opening Hours by architects studio

Patrick Allen & Associates would like to wish all of our clients, colleagues and acquaintances a very happy Christmas.

Our office will be closing Christmas Eve and we will return to normal opening hours on Monday 4th January 2016.