Following government advice LHC Design are reducing non-essential social contact and adopting the following approach. We wish our friends and colleagues the very best during the current challenging period.

About

LHC Design began as an architectural practice, Lacey Hickie & Caley in 1992, transforming in the early 2000s into today’s multi-disciplinary company with the addition of urban design and landscape architecture, and then interiors and graphic design.

Our collaborative approach allows us to do what we do best, to see projects through from the widest strategic vision right through to the smallest detail, always aiming to find the extraordinary in even the most every-day of projects.

We have enjoyed a relationship of trust and mutual respect with our clients over many years, and aim to realise their aspirations through a constant exchange of information and ideas providing fresh innovative solutions. We are committed to objectivity, flexibility, efficiency and cost effectiveness regardless of project size.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our service and our Quality Policy reflects this aspiration. LHC Design achieved ISO 9001 certification in 1996 and we are proud to have held this continuously ever since.

Quality Policy

At LHC Design our professional team is committed to producing high quality and sustainable designs which conform to the relevant current design and technical standards.

We deliver exceptional buildings, masterplans, public realm, landscape design, interiors and graphics all of which seek to achieve the desired outcomes for our clients, users and the wider community.

We actively aim to improve the quality of our service through our review processes, training and development programs that support and enable each employee to carry out their duties to the highest standard every time.

Through our dynamic practice, and the application of rigorous and pragmatic approaches to creativity and technical excellence, we strive to exceed the aspirations of our clients by ’delivering extraordinary places’ that are functional, sustainable and beautiful.

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