Flower Kittle Architects was founded in 2014 by David Flower and Paul Kittle. The practice focuses on the process of design and how the inherent qualities of existing spaces can influence a designed response . We look to understand the exact relationship a person has with a space and work with our clients to develop a brief that is focussed on their specific needs and aspirations.
We work at all stages of a design project from the inception of an idea, through the construction stages to completion, and will help to guide the client through them. The practice work largely in the residential sector, with ambitions to work across a range of sectors and building types in the near future.
You can get in touch with us by calling +44 (0) 1252 597 147 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Aldworth Suite
1 Waverley Lane
David has worked at numerous practices during his architectural career covering a variety of sectors and scales. Early in his career he worked at practices based in Hampshire on large town centre mixed-use projects, and small rural dwelling refurbishments and new-builds. David also spent a year working in Sydney Australia where he focused on retail projects and experienced a different working environment.
Before FlowerKittle, David was an Architect working at Brimelow McSweeney Architects based in Covent Garden London, working on numerous high end residential schemes within the centre of London.
In his free time David is a keen rugby player and has played at Cobham RFC for 10 years. He also enjoys skiing and snowboarding taking numerous trips to the French Alps.
Specialities: architecture, residential design, conservation and listed buildings, BIM (Building Information Modelling)
Between 2011 and 2014, Paul was an Architect for Haworth Tompkins working for over 3 years on a major refurbishment of the National Theatre on the Southbank. He was lead architect for the construction works of the main foyers, bars/ cafés and terraces that formed part of the overall phased master plan and worked on the design stages for the Max Rayne Centre and the Dorfman Theatre opened in Autumn 2014.
Prior to this, he worked for Schmidt Hammer Lassen on a number of award winning public buildings, notably the Sir Duncan Rice Library in Aberdeen and City of Westminster College in London.
Equally passionate about guitar, he performs as a wedding singer in his free time and writes music to play at gigs at numerous venues.
Specialities: architecture, conservation and refurbishment, urban design, bar/restaurant design