Sprout Architecture was established by Martin Northey and he continues to manage the company and the work that it does. Martin has three decades of experience designing for clients such as Ministry of Defence, British Nuclear Fuels, numerous borough and county councils, the Diocese of Southwark and many private clients. His reputation is based on reliability, creativity and attention to a client’s requirements.
Sprout is a small firm which means we’re able to respond quickly and attentively to a client’s requests. For instance, planning applications can be discussed, drawn up and filed to a timescale of your choosing.
Sprout uses the most up-to-date design software which including 3D imagery that provides you with the best possible representation of how your project will look. Combined with Martin’s design experience, this means Sprout can offer you original design, but also easily adapt our ideas to precisely meet your expectations. We can spend as long as you require on making sure the designs are right before beginning the build.
A full range of services
We offer planning applications, building regulations sign-off and building certifications, as well as more comprehensive design packages.
Collaborating with the builder
Sprout builds homes and business projects as well as designing them. We understand the important of the architect being in synch with those constructing the project. If it’s us doing both then, needless to say, we’ll be across all elements of the project. If we’re working with other builders, we take pride in clear and speedy communication and remain mindful of the project through to completion.
About Martin Northey
This is a comprehensive list of the business and public sector clients that Martin has designed for:
- Royal Mail Letters . Ministry of Defence . Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food . British Nuclear Fuels . Post Office Counters . Nuclear Electric . Employment Service . Property Services Agency . 3M UK PLC . Department for Education . Prison Service . Fire Brigade . County Council . Borough Council . Local Magistrates Courts . The Department of Health and Social Security . Diocese of Southwark