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Manifesto: Established in 2011, Debbie Flevotomou Architects is an award-winning practice (12 international Awards in 2017) based in Mayfair. The company’s main focus is on parametric design based on art forms or dance choreographies. Parametric design is widely associated with legendary architect Zaha Hadid, yet it is still very much in its infancy as a relatively new trend in architecture. By embracing this design ahead of the curve and adding the concept of art , Debbie Flevotomou Architects has successfully established itself as a market leader in this field. Over the years, Debbie Flevotomou Architects has specialised in designing landmarks and luxurious developments. Building types have included hotels, restaurants, schools, offices, underwater villas, museums, residential properties and retail. The boutique architectural firm possess an impressive portfolio of designs from plans of the Libya Water-front spanning 500m to the completion of the first parametric design house in London. The clients are individuals or companies that want to make a real difference; they want to put their stamp on the world by creating a building that breaks free from the “simple box” rule and in favour of a concept which people love living in, working in, or even looking at and admiring. Beyond that, the projects represent the creation of any landmark that is the making of an area. It is the best way to kick-start the area regeneration and draw in more investment. It benefits the local people and the wider public, and this is the on-going focus for the company going forward. Many of the firm’s designs are receiving awards regardless if it is built or unbuilt, based on the design aesthetics and functionality. The spaces are flowing into each others, the building becomes a promenade rather than static boxes and the structures are based on the latest technological innovation methods. Some people are pondering whether the creations are buildings or sculptures. All in all, each and every project is an art work in itself.
1 BERKELEY STREET, MAYFAIR, LONDON,W1J 8DJ T: +44(0)20 3592 0537 E: INFO@DEBBIEFLEVOTOMOU.COM Debbie Flevotomou Architects broke the record on winning Awards in 2016-2017, a record aim to break again next year.  Debbie Flevotomou Architects broke the record on winning Awards in 2016-2017, a record aim to break again next year. Debbie received her training from the prestigious company Foster+Partners but she is now following a very different design guideline. The company prides’ itself for having developed such a large number of projects in a short amount of time. Debbie has been officially called: the new Zaha from Build Magazine. The design process revolves around making use of all available space while breaking free from the conventional boundaries of 'square' architecture.
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Manifesto: Established in 2011, Debbie Flevotomou Architects is an award-winning practice (12 international Awards in 2017) based in Mayfair. The company’s main focus is on parametric design based on art forms or dance choreographies. Parametric design is widely associated with legendary architect Zaha Hadid, yet it is still very much in its infancy as a relatively new trend in architecture. By embracing this design ahead of the curve and adding the concept of art , Debbie Flevotomou Architects has successfully established itself as a market leader in this field. Over the years, Debbie Flevotomou Architects has specialised in designing landmarks and luxurious developments. Building types have included hotels, restaurants, schools, offices, underwater villas, museums, residential properties and retail. The boutique architectural firm possess an impressive portfolio of designs from plans of the Libya Water-front spanning 500m to the completion of the first parametric design house in London. The clients are individuals or companies that want to make a real difference; they want to put their stamp on the world by creating a building that breaks free from the “simple box” rule and in favour of a concept which people love living in, working in, or even looking at and admiring. Beyond that, the projects represent the creation of any landmark that is the making of an area. It is the best way to kick-start the area regeneration and draw in more investment. It benefits the local people and the wider public, and this is the on-going focus for the company going forward. Many of the firm’s designs are receiving awards regardless if it is built or unbuilt, based on the design aesthetics and functionality. The spaces are flowing into each others, the building becomes a promenade rather than static boxes and the structures are based on the latest technological innovation methods. Some people are pondering whether the creations are buildings or sculptures. All in all, each and every project is an art work in itself.
1 BERKELEY STREET, MAYFAIR, LONDON,W1J 8DJ T: +44(0)20 3592 0537 E: INFO@DEBBIEFLEVOTOMOU.COM Debbie Flevotomou Architects broke the record on winning Awards in 2016-2017, a record aim to break again next year.  Debbie Flevotomou Architects broke the record on winning Awards in 2016-2017, a record aim to break again next year. Debbie received her training from the prestigious company Foster+Partners but she is now following a very different design guideline. The company prides’ itself for having developed such a large number of projects in a short amount of time. Debbie has been officially called: the new Zaha from Build Magazine. The design process revolves around making use of all available space while breaking free from the conventional boundaries of 'square' architecture.
Manifesto: Established in 2011, Debbie Flevotomou Architects is an award-winning practice (12 international Awards in 2017) based in Mayfair. The company’s main focus is on parametric design based on art forms or dance choreographies. Parametric design is widely associated with legendary architect Zaha Hadid, yet it is still very much in its infancy as a relatively new trend in architecture. By embracing this design ahead of the curve and adding the concept of art , Debbie Flevotomou Architects has successfully established itself as a market leader in this field. Over the years, Debbie Flevotomou Architects has specialised in designing landmarks and luxurious developments. Building types have included hotels, restaurants, schools, offices, underwater villas, museums, residential properties and retail. The boutique architectural firm possess an impressive portfolio of designs from plans of the Libya Water-front spanning 500m to the completion of the first parametric design house in London. The clients are individuals or companies that want to make a real difference; they want to put their stamp on the world by creating a building that breaks free from the “simple box” rule and in favour of a concept which people love living in, working in, or even looking at and admiring. Beyond that, the projects represent the creation of any landmark that is the making of an area. It is the best way to kick-start the area regeneration and draw in more investment. It benefits the local people and the wider public, and this is the on-going focus for the company going forward. Many of the firm’s designs are receiving awards regardless if it is built or unbuilt, based on the design aesthetics and functionality. The spaces are flowing into each others, the building becomes a promenade rather than static boxes and the structures are based on the latest technological innovation methods. Some people are pondering whether the creations are buildings or sculptures. All in all, each and every project is an art work in itself.
1 BERKELEY STREET, MAYFAIR, LONDON,W1J 8DJ T: +44(0)20 3592 0537 E: INFO@DEBBIEFLEVOTOMOU.COM Debbie Flevotomou Architects broke the record on winning Awards in 2016-2017, a record aim to break again next year.  Debbie Flevotomou Architects broke the record on winning Awards in 2016-2017, a record aim to break again next year. Debbie received her training from the prestigious company Foster+Partners but she is now following a very different design guideline. The company prides’ itself for having developed such a large number of projects in a short amount of time. Debbie has been officially called: the new Zaha from Build Magazine. The design process revolves around making use of all available space while breaking free from the conventional boundaries of 'square' architecture.