Stuart Page

dipArch RIBA AABC

Stuart Page founded the practice with Christine Page in 1983 after nine years in private practice, including five months in Stockholm.

Previous experience included social, sheltered and private housing.

He is a member of the National Trust, SPAB, AABC, The Georgian Group and ASCHB and is a member of the RIBA Conservation Architecture Group and Rochester DAC.
In 1993 he was one of two architects representing UK conservation practice at the Architecture Bienale in Santiago, Chile, supported by BA and the British Council.
In 2011 he was invited to join the Tunbridge Wells Town Panel to review the Council's aims and vison for the Town Centre and the panel's subsequent report is now available on the Council's website.

Christine Page

dipAD Interior Design

Christine Page worked with Architect's practices for ten years before establishing this practice in 1983.

Previous experience included health care, commercial and residential projects.

Christine works for the design and development of projects and undertakes research as well as the detail design of domestic, retail and restaurant interiors.


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The practice has established a reputation for specialising in adapting buildings for new uses and the conservation of historic buildings.

We continue our commitment to conservation and the use of sustainable materials but are equally interested in the design and planning of contemporary new buildings incorporating sustainable materials and embracing low energy heating systems.



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