SW15 2QJ

Tel: 0203 154 8996
Mob: 07530 614181




UNA is an architectural practice with a diverse portfolio of projects. The practice has a strong track record in delivering design excellence and innovative high quality projects. Established in 2009 we base our designs on the principles of simplicity, attention to detail, and intelligent use of materials. Our approach to all projects, regardless of scale or budget, is to gain a clear understanding of the objectives and aspirations of our clients. We invest time and energy working with our clients and specialists to identify opportunities and explore a range of options to arrive at the optimum solution.




Our core services are architecture, interior design, and space planning. By concentrating on these skills we believe we can ensure that our clients receive the best possible service and we have the flexibility to participate in different project teams. We work regularly with many of the major engineering, QS, and project management practices. Our architects and interior designers collaborate fully on projects to offer separate building design, fit-out, and interior design services. We promote ourselves as leaders of the design team and in support of our core activities we also offer skills and experience in project consultancy.




We believe that design can inspire positive change and transform the environment for the benefit of our clients and the wider population. Based on personal insight and experience UNA boldly integrates interior and architectural design practice with master planning and historic preservation. We work across a broad spectrum of project types and scales, helping clients envision and construct a future that is innovative, sustainable, and beautiful. 

Successful projects celebrate the resolution of the natural tension between a building's physical constraints and a project's goals and objectives. By designing from the 'inside out', our interior design skill naturally reinforces the architecture and enables our building designs to deliver the required internal functionality.