George Davidson, Architect
House extension Cambridge
George Davidson Architects is a small practice with a friendly professional approach. The practice aims for achievement through quality of design and management. George Davidson is an accomplished architectural illustrator who can provide high quality illustrations.  Founded in 1988, the practice has since handled a varied workload.

George qualified as an architect in 1979. He has worked in both private and public sectors; he spent five years as a team leader with Cambridge City Council, where he was responsible for the conversion of the Corn Exchange and the redevelopment of the Mill Road Hospital Site to housing for special needs. He has acted as design consultant to a number of development companies and architectural practices.

Architecture Qualifications:
BSc(Hons) Arch, Dip Arch, ARB, RIAS, RIBA