Tony Keller formed the architectural consultancy Building Tectonics Ltd in 1985. Prior to this Tony, our chief designer, worked on large commercial projects in and around the city of London. With good organisational and communication skills, coupled with the knowledge of what could and could not be built, the projects were managed successfully to completion.
Building Tectonics moved to Fenny Stratford in 1998 after completing the conversion of a Grade 2 listed building into three commercial units and three flats.
Renovating Listed Buildings takes a certain skill set which, fortunately as a practice, we have. Consequently, it was a very successful first MK base for Building Tectonics and other small independent retailers.
In 2005, we moved to our current office space which had been a Salvation Army Hall, but in later years had become rather dilapidated. It was altered internally and completely refurbished to create the wonderful studio space that we now enjoy together with other companies.
We’re also a CIAT (Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists) registered company, find out more about CIAT by clicking on the image below.
The Tecton Centre was also designed to function as an Art Gallery and Business Centre, and as such, its financial viability is secure, an important consideration when embarking on any commercial project.