Design for changing times


“Bridgnorth’s award-winning architects deliver bespoke design  in the comfort of your home”

The intimate details of our homes may not have been something we used to dwell on… until now. One of the more positive aspects of staying at home to protect ourselves and others, is that it’s given us the space and context to really explore the ways in which our spaces work – or don’t – for ourselves and our families.

Maybe you’d never noticed how the evening sunset slants through your living room windows, making them the perfect spot for a window seat? Perhaps you’ve realised that there isn’t enough room in your kitchen for all the online workouts and schooling – or those family baking sessions you’ve been doing since lockdown took over?  Maybe it’s finally the right time for that extension you mulled over five years ago…?

“We’re very happy to offer an initial virtual meeting free of charge to discuss your personal requirements. You can even ‘walk’ one of our architects through your home to give them a feel for your space”

Need to talk through ideas?

The award-winning Johnson Design Partnership are ready to provide support and guide you through your options. Even at a distance, the team are experts at visualising your design personality and your family’s specific requirements. They’ll work with you, teasing out exactly what it will take to turn your home from a perfectly adequate house to a holistic, responsive space that fulfills your needs, now and into the future.

“We aim to create unique designs that meet your individual needs. We want everyone to know that we’re still working hard to create exciting designs; we are simply communicating in a slightly different way to usual,” explained managing director Vic Johnson.

“The possibilities for design work are limitless. From internal alterations to bespoke extensions and even new builds, we can produce all our artwork, plans and technical drawings electronically, so design and technical work can continue close to normal, at JDP’s usual high standards.”

A top-to-toe design experience

When you start a project with JDP, you can be confident in the knowledge that they’ll cover every aspect of the design process with dedication and insight, from inception to the final ‘reveal’. The JDP experience includes video consultations that explore the way the existing building and design work; site analysis that will give a clear idea of a range of possibilities; evaluation of precedents to mitigate any risk or challenge; three discrete design options; expansive and comprehensive floor plans; and thrilling visualisations using state-of-the-art architectural tools.

“Take advantage of this unique opportunity to look at how you use your space NOW and decide how you want your home to be for the future”

The complete package

While so many businesses are closed or in a period of transition, Johnson Design Partnership have adapted their practice to weather the storm. The team are ready and waiting to help you explore your options as you transform your home into your perfect place for living and growth.

“We reflect on how we can make this happen, offering options, advice and support,” said Vic. “We’re very happy to offer an initial virtual meeting free of charge to discuss your personal requirements. You can even ‘walk’ one of our architects through your home to give them a feel for your space. Should you wish to go ahead following your meeting, we can provide sketches, floor plans, and visualisations of potential designs. If you would like further support, we can even provide further help step by step, from submitting for Planning Permission and applying for Building Regulations, to going out to tender and contract administration.


A gift from us to you

JDP are offering our readers a 10% discount off the design stage when you contact them for your FREE initial consultation – simply quote Home10

What’s included?

Video consultations – Site analysis – Precedents – 3 Design options – Floor plans – Visualisations


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