The practice was formed in 2003 by Daniel Leon, who had been working for award-winning, highly renowned practices such as Buschow Henley and Levitt Bernstein, deciding to undertake projects of its own. Daniel specialised in residential design and working with existing buildings, running many projects, including attaining RIBA awards for their innovation and quality. Square Feet Architects is undertaking a variety of work, much residential and refurbishment work, of a variety of scales and values. Examples of the work carried by the practice and its architects are illustrated below highlighting its experience working on residential projects and with existing buildings in a sensitive way, with an excellent track record of gaining planning permissions of perceived to be difficult projects. approach - Square Feet Architects provide a holistic approach to design of the space where we live, work or play. We look to understand the real needs of the users of a space and how to translate and manifest those needs into a useable, efficient but most importantly, beautiful and healthy environment. ideas - We generate concepts that are appropriate – design can, at times, be pompous and overly precious. We do not subscribe to a ‘style school’ but propose solutions that are creative yet pragmatic, innovative yet sensitive to its surroundings, and also modern with being conscious of the environment. value - We seek to provide you with best value – looking to provide the most cost effective, realistic and workable solution that will maximise the value of the money you spend by maximising the best use of the space that you have to play with. This is what good design can provide – maximising value. We hope that we can help you turn what you might have in your mind’s eye into reality.