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Daniel Sargeant Architect  BA Dip.Arch

Sargeant Architects was established in 2012 by Daniel Sargeant, a qualified Architect based in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire. The practice became incorporated as Sargeant Architects Limited in 2015.

Daniel studied Architecture at Oxford Brookes University completing the degree course in 2002, the diploma in 2006 and qualifying as an Architect in 2008. Whilst at University Daniel had a particular interest in the regeneration of historic buildings and landscapes and chose to specialise in Architecture in Regeneration.

Daniel has been working in Architecture practices since 2002 including ten years at Kyle Smart Associates in Bedfordshire.  Whilst there Daniel had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects, predominately in social housing and supported living but also parish halls and Church extensions for the Roman Catholic Church.  Most notably Daniel has worked on the following projects:

  • Sacred Heart Church, Park Street, Berkhamsted – Refurbishment of existing parish hall to create popular modern function space. Project included extension to provide meeting room, kitchen and new sanitary areas.
  • Little Bridge Road, Berkhamsted – A small but high quality development of four maisonettes in the Conservation Area.  Large glazing areas and juliet balconies make the most of views of the canal side location whilst zinc clad bay windows provide a striking modern appearance.
  • St. Pauls Place, St. Albans – A development of eight flats for older people with modern glazed balconies was awarded a Building for Life Silver Standard and St. Albans Civic Society Design Award in 2009.
  • Perrydown, Milton Keynes – A development of 11 supported living flats for people with learning difficulties and 4 houses.  The project incorporated a bio-mass boiler to achieve Code Level 4.
  • Priory Lane, Royston – A £2.7 million development of 14 houses and 10 flats at the old Priory Lane Cinema site in Royston. The project was designed in an arts and craft style and involved numerous complicated details.
  • Hay Lane, Kingsbury Green – A modern, new build parish hall in North London incorporates a traditional slate wall and generous areas of glazing.
  • Wynfrid House, Whitechapel – A £650 thousand refurbishment of a four storey German Church Hostel in London includes new finishes, sanitary areas and bedroom refurbishments.