Great expectations

Elena
Wednesday 29 Feb 2012

London based architects produce above-expectation results with their professional approach

DOS Architects is a young practice with a growing reputation for delivering creative, innovative and seamless work both in the UK and abroad. DOS Architects' directors, Lorenzo Grifantini and Tavis Wright, both worked at some of the world's most prestigious Architectural firms before starting their own practice in 2004. Their intention was to create a new work environment in which their personal creative visions could thrive. Since then DOS architects has grown exponentially, and has completed private and commercial projects in a variety of countries, ranging from Europe to Africa and the Middle East.

They aim to always produce above-expectation results with their professional approach, cutting-edge technology and the imaginative flair they dedicate to each and every one of their projects. Be it a private residence in London or a large mixed use Master-plan in Riyadh (see images), their success to date rests on a strong understanding of the country they are working in fused with a close and intuitive appreciation of their client's needs.

From their competition winning church in Lagos to a large Hotel in Gabon (see images), they respect equally the creative potential and the practical constraints of each project. The firms work methodology is underpinned by the relationships they have built up with specialist consultants, offering their clients an excellent range of top-flight structural engineers, costing consultants, lighting and landscape designers to ensure timely, cost-effective work where no detail is too small.

The team believe in active collaboration and committed communication at every stage and they devote to every project, however great or small, a passionate creative energy which sets us at the forefront of their  industry.

Projects shown: Main: Catholic Church of the Transfiguration, Lagos 1. Souldern Road House, London 2. Mirage Masterplan, Riyadh 3. Taipei Arts Centre, Taipei 4. Duncan Terrace, London 5. Hoxton Square, London 6. LAP Hotel, Gabon

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