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Douglas Keys Architects

Profile of the American architecture firm Douglas Keys Architects.

Profile of Douglas Keys Architects

Business Name
Douglas Keys Architects
Location
United States
Services
Architecture
Website
http://www.douglaskeys.com

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Douglas Keys

Principal(s)

Douglas Keys (1963)

Philosophy

Douglas Keys Architects provides a full range of architectural design and project administration services for commercial, institutional and residential projects.

Douglas Keys' experience in the design studios of London combined with his American education and experience gives his architecture a unique voice. This is a strong hybrid architecture that combines an attention to detail and holistic approach characteristic of British architecture with the expressiveness and range of material use that are hallmarks of American architecture.

We aim to make the complex process of design and construction an inspiring, enjoyable experience. Our enthusiasm and commitment to finding the right solution to meet our clients' needs is provided through a collaborative process. We listen to our clients, understand their preferences and choices, and make suggestions based on our experience and creativity.

Background

  • Founded: 1994
  • Offices: 1
  • Design team: 1

Key projects

  • Holy Cross Church, extension, renovation, and historic preservation, London, England, 1998
  • Glasshouse Yard, adaptive re-use warehouse to offices, London, England, 2000
  • Chadaka Restaurant, renovation, Burbank, California, 2004
  • Harringay Club, renovation of sports facility, London, England, 1996
  • Polka Theatre for Children, master plan and facility renovation, Wimbledon, England, 1998
  • Hornsey YMCA, renovation of sports facility, London, England, 1998
  • Mortimer Street, extension and renovation of private residence, London, England 2001
  • Meard Street, renovation and historic preservation of private residence, London, England, 2000
  • Linnie Canal, extension and renovation of private residence, Venice, California, 2003
  • Empire Yard, adaptive re-use factory to apartments, London, England, 1999

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