Folkestone is a town on the English Channel coast, in Kent, and had a long history as a channel port. The Folkestone area has a plethora of historic buildings and listed buildings dating back centuries. In 2020 the Evening Standard regarding Folkestone and its architecture as one of the best locations in the southeast to buy a property and live. In the Napoleonic wars, Folkestone was seen as a vital garrison fort for the defence of the English Channel, which was further developed during many conflicts up to WW11. Cyma Architects has designed and managed many of these buildings including a number of listed buildings such as the Martello Towers for conversion to dwellings. Our Architecture and design philosophy enhances properties in a sympathetic process to be in keeping with the local building architecture while creating exciting and interesting places to live.
Below are number of projects undertaken by Cyma Architects in the Folkestone area under the local planning authority of Folkestone and Hythe District Council, we would welcome the opportunity of working with you on your project as your Folkestone Architects, please contact us here
Folkestone is a town on the English Channel coast, in Kent, south-east England and had a long history as a channel port. The Folkestone area has a plethora of historic buildings and listed building dating back centuries.