Sustainable Architectural Design


May 2014
Proposed New Parish Community Hall, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells finally granted full planning permission following a lengthy consideration process.

February 2014
NEW HOUSES Tunbridge Wells - A pre-planning application meeting has been held with local planners to discuss a potential 2/3 housing development in Tunbridge Wells.

January 2014
PUB CONVERSION Tunbridge Wells - Fast turn around required for a conversion project. A former town bar is set to become a retail unit. Two floors were surveyed whilst demolition / stripping out works had commenced. Proposed layout plans were produced in consultation with the client. Approved and issued and works under way - all in less than four weeks.

December 2013
CRAFTS BARN: Works have now achieved PRACTICAL COMPLETION. Photographs will be added to the site soon - weather permitting!

November / December 2013
TENDERING - Two of our current projects have just received their tender offers. One of these tenders received two offers for a +£100,000 project that were within £140 of each other!!! Incredible tendering. Thus confirming that if quality and detailed information is supplied to the tenderers, then the subsequently priced tender will be all the more accurate.


MG Architects
16 High Beeches
Tunbridge Wells

Tel: 01892 531800

Office also at:

Unit 1
Cinder Hill Industrial Park
Haywards Heath
West Sussex
RH17 7BA

MG Architects....committed to the environment

Our vision is for good design that minimises man's impact on the planet. We understand that sustainable architecture is vital to achieving a low-carbon economy. MG Architects are eco architects specialising in carbon neutral eco (ecological) architecture, eco building and sustainable design.

Recent Project - Environmentally friendly building for The Guide Association

For this building we utilised energy saving solutions with environmentally friendly and people safe materials, especially and specifically designed by MG Architects.

The dormitory is orientated east to west to capture the early morning sun, and to avoid facing the cold north. Specially designed projecting eaves prevent the hottest summer sun from entering the building through the windows The large overhangs also provide weather protection to the walling.

The double bank of windows enable the the lower section to be closed off at night whilst retaining the upper ones (higher for security reasons) open for natural ventilation. pictureThe slope of the roof will assist with this natural flow across the dormitory. All the finishes are environmentally friendly and are safe and simple to re-apply.

The rainwater pipe is formed from a chain. This creates an interesting feature of a normally mundane part of a building.



Call our Tunbridge Wells office today on: 01892 531800