Kate darby architects
Kda is an architecture and design practice based in Herefordshire with a focus on making place speciFIc architecture Through careful analysis of site, context and clients' requirements. KDA aims to make bespoke buildings that are locally distinctive and particular to the needs and characteristics of each commission.
Kate Darby is an RIBA chartered architect and is principal of KDA. She studied architecture at the bartlett and the Architectural association. She has combined pracTIce with teaching and research since 1997. She is currently leader of Unit xv, A 5TH YEAR DESIGN STUDIO AT WSA, CARDIFF UNIVERSITY. she is also visiting Tutor for Design and Make at the aa in Hooke Park. She is co-founder of collaboraTIve workshop, Studio in the Woods and is a collaborator in the design pracTICe Invisible Studio. prior to founding KDA she worked for Gianni Botsford Architects in London as A project architect on 'Light House'.
Kate darby architects and david connor design have won the aj small projects 2017 award with their project croft lodge studio.
Wednesday 29TH MARCH 2017
CROFT LODGE STUDIO SHORTLISTED FOR THE RIBA WEST MIDLANDS REGIONAL AWARDS 2017
TUESDAY 28TH MARCH 2017
KDA appointed to design a new quaker meeting house for the friends of ludlow.
monday 27TH MARCH 2017