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Boombarclart


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12/01/2011 20:10

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Can anyone recommend a good English speaking architect to draw up plans for a new build villa in the famagustA area please



suehowlittle


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12/01/2011 20:31

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My architect is Adobe in Girne.



He and his wife are both architects, both Istanbul trained to an extremely high standard and both speak English fluently.



They are members of the Chamber of Architects and totally professional, they have to submit the plans they have drawn to the Chamber and get their approval before submitting them to the planning authorities.



I have no hesitation in recommending them.



suehowlittle


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My architect is Adobe in Girne.



He and his wife are both architects, both Istanbul trained to an extremely high standard and both speak English fluently.



They are members of the Chamber of Architects and totally professional, they have to submit the plans they have drawn to the Chamber and get their approval before submitting them to the planning authorities.



I have no hesitation in recommending them.



Better than some chancer who managed to get his hands on a CADS system but whose 'real' job is a waiter!



So worth the extra money involved. You only get one chance to do it properly



delidelivery


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13/01/2011 04:40

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yes adobe is the best in my opinion ,,,,,we are related , ill get u a discount too if you like



rollinbones


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13/01/2011 07:04

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Hakan Yamaci





He is excellent and has spent time abroad too so has lots of different views and ideas... Very professional.... Speaks excellemt English...



0533 852 4007



jakki



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13/01/2011 13:44

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Having an architect to design your house - I'm so jealous



martinD41


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13/01/2011 14:01

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msg 6..I wouldn't be to jealous,this is the TRNC,the land of "Rising Damp"..(No D.P.C)and very little Know-How...



YFred


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13/01/2011 14:50

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Is dampness problem just on the Girne side of the mountains or other parts too?



breezyboy


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13/01/2011 16:26

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Nice handle, wonder how many people know what it means!



Boombarclart


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13/01/2011 20:06

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thanks for the replies,i will check adobe out hopefully they have got a portfolia i can view,as for the damp issue looks like i might have to bring some rolls of DPC with me lol



martinD41


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14/01/2011 09:05

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msg 10..Bringing some rolls of D.P.C. is easy,but how are you going to import some "Know-How"..Perhaps a group of First year Apprentices would give you the "Edge"...



peterincyprus


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14/01/2011 18:11

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You need to have a UK QUALIFIED ARCHITECT to oversee the work. We were away during the building

of our property and relied on an architect recommended by a builder to do the redraw of the plans at a cost

of 4000. Its making sure that the work is completed as per the plans and specifications that is important. I can give you a name if you need one.



martinD41


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I doubt a properly Qualified UK trained Architect worth his salt would be interested in the construction of Concrete Tents Architects tend to look for favourably recognition,not shoot themselves in the foot..............



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