Lariko Architects
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We strive to create flexible and beautiful homes, using the highest possible quality materials to suit the budget, along with local craftsmanship and materials with robust details to endure the rigours of daily life.

We are advocates of conservation and always preserve any interesting history of a building’s past, yet at the same time creating homes that can be used every day with a timeless modern vintage appearance.

Lariko Architects are ARB registered.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Accessible Design, Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Design, Bathroom Design, Boot Room Design, Building Conservation, Building Design, Custom Build Homes, Drafting, Floor Plans, Garage Design, Green Building, Home Renovation, House Extensions, House Plans, House Restoration, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Renovation, New Home Construction, Pantry Design, Prefab Home Extensions, Project Management, Space Planning, Staircase Design, Sustainable Design, Utility Room Design, Mid century, Scandinavian, Vintage

Areas Served
Watford, London, Hertfordshire

Certifications and Awards
ARB
Location: Lariko Architects
PO Box 489
Hatfield AL10 1GR
United Kingdom
Professional Information:
ARB registered architects.
Mid century, vintage Scandinavian residential and home specialists.
Typical Job Costs: GBP 10,000 - GBP 2,000,000
Commented: New doors, old handles Great to see some care over original features. We would recommend one of two approaches; a modern simple flush door to really highlight the original handle or, the original style panelled door as prev...
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Commented: Enclosing stairs in open plan layout for fire regs As one plan said, a mist system can be installed and you can retain the open plan nature of the house. We often use Plumis and can be installed in the kitchen tap so you won't even notice it. http...
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Commented: Help 70's exterior There are so many options for alternative cladding but you can also alter the size and shape of your Windows if this is something you wished to do. This could mean floor to ceiling glazing. You would ...
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Commented: Planning a small extension Hi Balbir, With regards to your queries you have a multitude of options and permutations for how to arrange the space and extension. The most important thing to consider is how the ground floor wor...
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Commented: To have an island or not to have an island? Islands within a kitchen are very much space dependent, there is nothing more annoying than an island that actually uses more space than you gain. If you are pushed for space, the mid century approach...
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Commented: Planning refused Hi Lynsey, have you considered or put forward the option of a louvred glazed panel that restricts viewing angles but also provides light? We have carried this out previously on landlocked sites where ...
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