We are proud to share our designs for Wycombe Film Studios for Stage Fifty!

This project has been two years in the making, working closely with Stage Fifty, Nexus Planning, Haslams and an array of technical consultants.

TPA has been engaged since the concept stage, developing the initial master plan through to the current proposal. Temporary planning applications have been submitted to Buckinghamshire Council and an application for a permanent studio covering 295,000sqft will follow shortly.

The new 'boutique' studio will facilitate 8 sound stages, rehearsal space, workshops, offices and a cafe.


We are delighted to have been invited to two major awards this week!

Congratulations to Natasha Gandhi, who was selected as finalist for the category of "Young Property Person" at the 2021 Thames Valley Property Awards, organised by The Business Magazine at the Royal Ascot racecourse.

A huge thanks to i3Solutions who invited director Peter Thomas and Architects Sara Fontana and Win Man at the DCD Awards 2021 in London.

It was a pleasure to be at the table with colleagues at i3S, BCS and Gratte Brothers.

St Lukes Church Maidenhead Christmas Tree Festival 2021

This year, after 2 years of Covid related postponement, the annual Christmas Tree Festival has returned to St Lukes Church, Maidenhead, adjacent to the offices of TPA.

The nave of the church is lined with 60 Christmas trees, which local businesses and individuals sponsor and decorate.

Architects Sara Fontana and Win Man organized a workshop of highly skilled staff to design and produce the decorations, under the theme of ‘sustainability’.

Using office waste-paper, a team of dedicated architects has salvaged, shaped, folded and cut old drawings, to create a range of intricate decorations, each imprinted with a small part of a design or construction drawing.

The tree was decorated on 2nd December, for a festival that will run until December 5th 2021.

Each tree has a collection box, with all funds going to the Thames Valley Hospice.

If you are in Maidenhead please visit the church on St Lukes Road and make a donation at the TPA tree.

The box with the most money wins the festival prize!