Welcome to 2014

I hope all of you had a thoroughly splendid Christmas and New Year break and have entered 2014 with vigour and happiness. Whilst New Years resolutions are still fresh in my mind, it is difficult to believe that we are only in the third week of 2014.

One of my resolutions is to post more regularly, to provide my readers with a more regular insight into what we are working on here at JMA as well as providing an insight into the amazing world of architecture. In the meantime, I will leave you with a pictorial review of our current projects.

Seaside restaurant, cafe and performance venue proposals progress beyond concept stage.seaside, lido, restaurant, cafe, interior

JMA are appointed to develop proposals for a new bar and performance venue inside a Grade 2 listed building.bar, listed building, daytime study, art, steel frame

Our proposals for the conversion of a Grade 2 Listed former public house receive planning and listed building consent.interior, stair well, exposed rafters, daytime, bright


Our proposals for the development of an open area adjacent to ancient woodland are nearing the planning application stage.residential, detached homes, landscape, daytime render, artlantis, vectorworks, ancient woodland


JMA produce concept proposals for a new conference and cultural centre in Latvia, as part of an international competition.Latvia, conference centre, cultural, landscape, synergy, artlantis, vectorworks


Our proposals for a new family home, adjacent to a Grade 2 listed public house and opposite Battle Abbey are submitted for planning approval.urban, small site, landscape, garden, traditional, aerial, artlantis, vector works, plain clay tile, zinc cladding, green roof


Our scheme for a new family dwelling, to be constructed in the High Weald A.O.N.B area, receives planning permission and JMA are appointed to take the scheme forward to site operations.john mccart architect, country house, site model, wealden

3 thoughts on “Welcome to 2014

    1. Why thank you very much! It was the intention to present the image in as bright a way as possible without being too bright. Look out for later posts where I will show how the ambience is distinctly different at night time when the cafe is in restaurant mode.


  1. Happy New Year to you, may 2014 be a happy, healthy and prosperous one for you and your loved ones. Thank you for the continued support of my blog over the past year 🙂 Jess


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