ArchiPhonic Announces Strategic Partnership with Chamber

Architectural design firm ArchiPhonic has announced its Strategic Partnership with the Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce.

The city centre based practice was established almost seven years ago by directors Adam Mokhtar and David Banister. In that time it has expanded its team from two to eight people and has undertaken a wide range of commercial architectural design projects, working with developers and contractors to deliver airport lounges, restaurants, office space and large-scale residential and mixed-use schemes.

The partnership with the Liverpool & Sefton Chamber of Commerce will now allow them to take an active role in shaping the future of the city’s built environment, urban planning and commercial space, through thought leadership, knowledge sharing and contribution to the Chamber’s campaign activities.

Speaking of ArchiPhonic’s new role as Strategic Partners, Director, Adam Mokhtar, said: “There has never been a more exciting and important time to be working in our sector in Liverpool. 

With the current consultation on the new Commercial District plans and the city’s recognition as an economic hub that is attracting investors from all over the world, we feel it is important to use our experience and voices to drive and shape those changes. 

Our strategic partnership with the Chamber will allow us to share our expertise with the organisation and its members at this time of amazing growth for the city.”

Director, David Banister, added: “Since we established ArchiPhonic we have seen our sector and the city of Liverpool itself change dramatically. We have been honoured to work with countless domestic and commercial clients on projects and we are certain that this strategic partnership will only support our success on the next phase of this exciting journey.”

The firm seeks to bring about positive change through architectural design. They work with contractors, developers and property professionals to understand the challenges they face – from restrictive budgets and complex sites, to constrained environments and high client expectations. With this understanding and the team’s collective decades of cross-sector experience, it creates buildable, sustainable and profitable solutions with long-term functionality.

Paul Cherpeau, CEO of Liverpool and Sefton Chamber of Commerce, said: “ArchiPhonic has a history of delivering considered and sustainable architectural design solutions, which take into account the impact the built environment has on its inhabitants. We’re looking forward to working with them as strategic partners.”

ArchiPhonic’s current projects include a 34-unit apart-hotel and a student accommodation scheme in Liverpool City Centre, the refurbishment of Victorian terraces into 24 luxury apartments in Wirral and seven-flat scheme in Wallasey.