View from our studio over Olympic Park
Founder, Director, Architect and Designer
Mike founded Beacham Architects in 2012 and over the past 10 years has worked with a large number of homeowners and collaborators with the joint mission of designing and delivering homes that exceed expectations and make a difference to people’s lives.
Prior to working as Beacham Architects Mike gained 6 years of London experience as a Project Architect designing and delivering housing, hotels, office fit-outs, restaurants and mixed-use projects. Clients included Grosvenor Estates, The Office Group, D&D London, Qbic Hotels as well as a number of individuals and developers. This invaluable experience came through working with companies March and White Architects, Conran & Partners and Paul McAneary Architects with whome Mike continues to have a great relationship. Mike also worked in Exeter and Sydney Australia before moving to London.
Architect and Passivhaus Designer
Architect, Interior Designer and Technical Specialist
Quantity Surveyor and Cost Consultant
Part 2 Architect and Visualisation Specialist
Structural Engineer Consultant at Anderson Engineers
Planning Consultant at Robinson Escott Planning LLP
Eco Retrofit – Approach to Existing Buildings
Mike Beacham Founder and Director ArchitectWhen improving your existing house, decisions need to be made regarding what level of eco-retrofit to proceed with. These are decisions strike a balance between aspirations, budget and potential energy savings in the future....
Promoting Building with Natural Materials – Straw Bale Construction
Mike Beacham Founder and Director ArchitectFor some of our clients making their build as low impact environmentally as possible is a priority; the use of natural materials is discussed in detail at the outset and often the possibilities of building with straw bale...
Your Home Project – 3 Steps to Getting Started
Mike Beacham Founder and Director ArchitectYour home is likely to be your most valuable asset and therefore, the process of designing and building or extending it is likely to be a daunting experience. How do you start, who do you employ and how much will it cost? ...