About Seaber Kain Architects

Seaber Kain Architects was founded in 2017 following several years of collaborative projects. Bill Kain and Matthew Seaber have over 30 years of combined experience on a wide variety of project types and construction sectors.

We work on a range of scales and relish the challenge of new jobs on unfamiliar territory.

Approach

We prioritise client relationships, and our primary goal is to develop a clear dialogue with our clients to allow us to help them in the process of realising their needs on the path to producing high quality, flexible buildings that can respond to the clients needs over time.

We believe the success of a project is dependant on the full understanding of our clients’ needs and ambition. The proper investment of time in the early stages of a project is essential.

We strive to design buildings that are sustainable through design and not gimmick; that can change over their life and give joy to the inhabitants and those that pass through them.

We believe in buildings that are based within their context; that relate to, and enhance, their surroundings. We approach each project with fresh eyes.

  • Matt Seaber Architect

    Matthew Seaber

    Matthew Seaber studied at The University of Westminster and The Bartlett School of Architecture.

    Matthew subsequently worked primarily at practices in London prior to joining Kilburn Nightingale Architects, where he worked on a wide variety of projects both in the UK and internationally including libraries, embassies, one off houses and extensions and has experience of working with a large range of heritage projects.

    Matthew splits his time between London and Cornwall.

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  • Bill Kain Architect

    Bill Kain

    Bill Kain studied at the University of Westminster and the Architectural Association. He has worked in practice for 11 years in a variety of London based offices and spent some time working in the US.

    Bill has worked across a wide range of sectors including; educational, healthcare, offices, custodial, industrial, retail, restaurants, hotels and all types of residential architecture.

    Bill is involved in teaching at South Bank University. He is based in London, Northern France and Canterbury.

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