‘Dan Brill Architects have shown creativity and imagination in designing our family home. From the original design concept to moving in, Dan and his team took control of every stage; we were always kept informed but without the hassle of managing the project. We are absolutely delighted with the end result and have no hesitation in recommending Dan and his team for any project. They have been a pleasure to work with – totally professional and reliable and we have full confidence in them.’

Ian & Lucy Golding
Private home owners, Winchester

 

‘(Dan Brill Architects’ Long House is) one of the most imaginative, thoughtful and radical re-workings of an existing house ever seen in the UK.’

Jason Orme
Homebuilding & Renovating

 

‘There was never any doubt that (Dan Brill Architects’ Long House) would win our highest award. From a modest 1950s house, the architects have created a piece of architecture of staggering simplicity and poise. The judges’ decision was unanimous; the house is quite literally one of the most beautiful I have ever seen.’

Paul Appleton
Senior Partner, Allies & Morrison & Judging Panel Chair, City of Winchester Trust

 

‘Assisting a small group of business owners, in association with the Winchester Business Improvement District and Winchester City Council, Dan Brill Architects developed the design for St George’s Terrace in consultation with stakeholders, working to a tight timescale and to a very high standard, with a focus on collaboration and the innovative use of sustainable materials. I have no hesitation in recommending Dan and his team.’

Abdul ‘Miff’ Kayum, BA (Hons) MA
Proprietor, Bangkok Brasserie Ltd, Bengal Sage Ltd, Kyoto Kitchen Ltd & Governor, University of Winchester

 

‘Dan brought innovation, empathy, creativity and passion to the project, demonstrating from early design stages that the problematic site would be transformed in his hands. Dan’s inspiration and flair has set the building apart from its peers in other colleges; this was not just another FE refurbishment but the creation of an iconic design statement that helped transform learning and the status of vocational qualifications in North London.’

Peter Marsh
Deputy Principal, City and Islington College, 2000-05, Director of Resources, Housing Corporation & CEO, Tenant Services Authority, 2005-10