Tea with an Architect: Meet Phillip Masterman

Phillip Masterman, Principle at Masterman Architects Ltd is one of the Consultant you can meet at the Tea with an Archtect event. it will take place as part of Professional Beauty London, on 22-23 February 2015.

Phillip is sharing his professional experience with Professional Spa & Wellness.

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1 - How did your activity in the spa business begin? 
In 2005 we became involved with the creation of a private Spa facility and swimming pool complex in a new house on the Wentworth Estate, Virginia Water. Bringing the project to a successful completion for our client in 2008 this led to other similar private commissions.

 

2 - What do you expect from Tea with an Architect? 
To be able to develop meaningful leads with potential residential, Spa and leisure clients. To help these clients identify their needs and requirements

3 - What pitfalls can you help people avoid by coming to Tea with an architect? 
Progressing with a scheme without fully assessing both the problems and opportunities any new project offers. Technically these projects are some of the most challenging anywhere most of us will face. However, with the right team and direction, inspired and successful delivery can be achieved.

4 - What do you think will be the 2015 trends in the wellbeing business? 
Trends are not critical to us, we believe that listening to a client, assessing their requirements and creating with them a solution that meets these needs and budgets while adding that something extra special gives the value and will always be what a client aspires to.

5 -  Which project would you consider as your best achievements? 
The most satisfying project we have worked on is a bespoke private residential Spa and swimming pool complex Hyde Park Gardens, London completing 2011.

6 - If you have anything else you would like to share with our ready please feel free to do so. 
We are happy to share our further experience and knowledge with the ambitious delegates at Tea with an Architect

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