Brosh Architects is a young and energetic architectural practice – our core belief is that good planning & design of space has a direct and positive impact on our quality of life.
We approach every project with your needs at its heart linking into the building’s unique history and context; thus transforming it into a great building that is truly integrated into modern living.
We are passionate about architecture & design, priding ourselves on walking you through every step of the way making the journey a fun and enjoyable experience.
As our client, you can be involved in every aspect of the design of your choice…
…from initial planning of the space, down to the smallest of details which can include finishes, lighting design, ironmongery, joinery design, sanitary ware etc.
Our design process involves using 2D CAD (computer aided) drawings, 3D model design and real samples of the materials of your choice.
If you would like to find more information then please do get in touch with us.
Lior Brosh – RIBA, RIAS, ARB 2008
Pg. Dip in Advanced Architectural Studies (2004)
Honours in Advanced Architectural Studies (2003)
Bachelor of Science (2001)
Lior graduated from the Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2004.
After graduation, he moved to London and worked as project architect with an award winning practices such as Finkernagel Ross Architects and Jonathan Clark Architects.
Over the past decade, Lior has worked on numerous projects around London with construction costs ranging from £50,000 to £2.5 million. These projects varied from flats, town houses domestic extension, renovations and basement projects.
Lior has gained vast experience working on Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian properties and also obtaining the relevant planning permissions for conservation areas and listed building consent.
He is passionate about working with period details, their preservation and integration into modern living whilst respecting their heritage.
Lior became a RIBA and ARB registered architect in 2008, and set up his own architectural practice in February 2012.