KOVE Architects is a design-led practice formed by award-winning architects with an established specialism in conservation, sustainability and the creation of innovative architecture in sensitive contexts.
We are committed to the creation of buildings that respond to people and place to provide our clients with inspirational spaces, irrespective of project size or budget.
We believe in a collaborative process and work cosely with our clients to reach a clear understanding of their aspirations and specific project needs to produce creative, tailored and affordable solutions.
We recognise the need to manage project demands and have extensive experience of the successful realisation of projects subject to timescale and budget constraints, Planning and Listed Building Consent procedures.
We are passionate about the synthesis between contemporary design and conservation and committed to the use of considerate and innovative design to achieve added value, delight and sustainable building re-use.
Tim founded Kove architects in 2007 and has over 20 years experience as a practicing architect working on a range of building disciplines, from the repair and creative reuse of historic buildings to the creation of innovative contemporary architecture.
Tim has been responsible for the design and delivery of a series of aclaimed cultural and educational buildings including an extension to Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the Hyde Residential Learning Centre at Dillington House in Somerset, both of which were recipients of RIBA Awards for Architecture.
Tim trained at the Welsh School of Architecture and is now actively involved in architectural education at the school. Tim also serves as a review panel member of Bristol City Council’s Urban Design Forum.