Please note: The service is temporarily on hold.
Have you started a project and need some help on the following stages?
Why not Ask the Architect?
Ask the architect
A free studio session and enquiry service available to everyone.
On Friday afternoons, a free open studio event where anyone can visit the office or contact me to ask the architect any question related to design, construction and property.
All you have to do is pre book a 20min session, so I know when to expect you and what you want to talk about.
If you can’t make it into the office call, email or tweet us and I will get back to you.
To book a session or find out more about Ask The Architect please get in touch, come and see me or visit my website.
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Ask the architect – Inside Out*
Fiona Flame of Flame interiors is collaborating with me to provide interior design support to the Ask The Architect service on twitter.
Ask the architect – On Tour
Regular design surgeries are held from other venues in Shropshire including relevant businesses.
Ask the architect – Structures*
David Sharpe is collaborating with me to provide Structural Engineering design support to the Ask The Architect service on twitter.
*Ask The Architect Inside Out and Structures are collaborative extensions of Ask The Architect by Shropshire Architect Matthew Franklin
If you want to find out more about the service please get in touch with me directly by visiting www.mbf-design.co.uk. There are more contact details at the bottom of the page.
To book a session all you need to provide is your name, telephone and email address, what you do for a living, any experience with building projects in the past and what you want to ask/talk about.
If we are unavailable to answer your question or can not give you an answer at the time we will give you a response as soon as possible.
Any questions asked in an open forum, like twitter, will be answered in an open forum unless requested otherwise.
All private questions will be answered in private.
Questions asked via telephone and twitter may be answered more easily by email so please be aware that the answer may come back via a different method of communication.
We would like to publish some of the questions and answers and will ask permission to do so, obviously all personal details will be removed before publication.
Please note: The Ask The Architect service provides information and guidance only to issues rather than architectural and interior design advice.
WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT
- Making Architecture more accessible.
- Promoting Architecture and the profession.
- Giving a service back to the community.
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