Profile - Justine Fernandes-Binns
I studied architecture at the University of Nottingham. Graduating in 1996, I moved to London to work for Tasou Associates, concentrating on modern, small scale residential developments. These included Lonsdale Mews House, winner of the 2001 House of the Year in the National Homebuilders Design Awards. After a period teaching Architecture at a university in Chile I returned to the UK, moving to Edinburgh to work at Richard Murphy Architects in 2003. At RMA I worked on residential developments for Cala Homes, and as project architect on the UEL Clinical Education Centre. In 2006 I moved to Roxburgh McEwan Architects where projects included Lindifferron Farm Steading, winner of a North Fife Preservation Society Conservation Award; and Houses at Taynuilt, commended in the Argyll and Bute Sustainable Design Awards. I was made an Associate in 2008.
Fernandes-Binns Architects was set up in 2014. Since then I have aimed to provide a service which makes the design and building processes as stress free as possible for my clients. I have experience in obtaining planning permissions and building warrants from many different local authorities. I can also help to integrate interior, lighting, and landscape design into a project giving a whole design package from inside to out. I will work to your budget to provide an elegant but affordable design solution.