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Peter Ungar is a gifted architect with great vision.  He developed plans with great imagination and sensitivity to add a new annexe and reconfiguration of a house and surrounding areas that included rest and recreation areas and wonderful creative use of the spaces that were there.  He was inclusive of our needs and requirements, showed enthusiasm for the work and stayed within our budget.

His professionalism is worthy of the highest praise.

Ungar  Architects undertook a planning application to build an extension to our house in Cenacle Close, Hampstead. The work was carried out efficiently, speedily and with great flair. Peter Ungar was most helpful and imaginative and excellent drawings and specifications were prepared.

We have no hesitation in recommending Ungar Architects for work of this kind.’

Peter was professional and knowledgeable throughout our build, he managed the project to a high standard and ensured that the contractor delivered. We are very pleased with the outcome and would recommend Peter highly.

Peter was highly professional and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend him. He gave me everything I wanted from my new home. I was looking to make more of the space and include a guest shower room and I could only think of one way of achieving it. Peter came forward with three better ways and once I’d chosen my preferred option he refined it and put together all that was needed to gain building control approval. Throughout the process Peter was reliable and easy to deal with.

I very much look forward to having another opportunity to work with him.

North London Collegiate School is a thriving girls’ school with a strong heritage and pioneering spirit. Its core school buildings were constructed in the 1940s and are now being upgraded as part of a masterplanning process. Ungar Architects has provided key services in relation  to the refurbishment of the  Richardson building which are being used as a foundation for subsequent planning and architectural work.