Based in Shoreham in Sussex, Eskay Architects was founded in 2004 by award-winning architect Sarah Kemp and specialises in sustainable design with a focus on energy efficiency.
Eskay’s contemporary homes and workplaces save energy with thermal insulation, airtight construction and controlled ventilation, with many also featuring energy efficient heating and lighting systems, water saving devices and solar or photo voltaic panels.
As far as possible the company uses ecologically-friendly building materials in line with its green principles.
Eskay also offers green audit services, suggesting and implementing ways in which homes can save energy and reduce bills, run more efficiently and maximise natural light.
Sarah personally oversees all projects from concept to completion.
Sarah Kemp is a Registered Architect and a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. She is also a member of The Sustainable Building Association and The Green Register which promote sustainable building.
Starting her career in 1993, she has worked for practices across the world, and was awarded the Royal Institute of British Architects Downland Prize in 2003 which recognises architectural excellence.
She is particularly passionate about eco-refurbishment work and is currently working on a complete eco-refurbishment of her own family home in Shoreham.
Sarah is also a Colour Affects consultant and advises companies and individuals on the effect of colour on psychological and physical wellbeing.