Architecture STUDIO

Turner Jackson Day Associates is an award winning architectural studio based in Whitstable, Kent, working with private clients, developers, and main contractors across Whitstable, Herne Bay, Canterbury, Faversham, Thanet, and throughout Kent and the South East.

 

We have a proven track record for balancing carefully considered high-quality design against our client’s budget requirements. Our extensive portfolio includes residential, healthcare, retail, commercial, hospitality & education.

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FEATURED PROJECTS

A new built apartment in the location of Palm Bay, Kent

This new-build apartment development on Palm Bay Avenue in Margate was recently completed. 

The design was developed as a re-imagination of the Art Deco style that characterises this area.

RIBA Workstages 1-3

A Victorian home conversion from the exterior looking towards the rear from a long green lawn

This bespoke luxury residential development is set within Highgate Conservation Area.

 

The scheme comprises 3 unique detached dwellings;  a 6-storey new build, and the refurbishment and extension of two existing dwellings.

 

RIBA Workstages 1-7.

This bespoke mixed-use waterfront development in Whistable, Kent, is a conteporary design inspired by the Art Deco architecture found within the adjacent conservation area.

RIBA Workstages 1-7.

RECENT NEWS

TJDA have submitted to planning, a striking contemporary place of worship in South London.

The high quality scheme, will contribute to the ongoing regeneration of the area.

Having recently completed stage 1-4 design for the conversion of an existing property into a learning disability facility, our client approached us to assist with the presentation of their ideas for the internal fit out and décor.

We have been delighted to collaborate with Wedgewood Homes on the preparation of a detailed planning application for this tightly constrained site in Royal Tunbridge Wells.