Karter Margub & Associates c.c. offers the highest quality of Architectural work on the market today.
At KMA we provide superior service to our customers and assist them in achieving their design requirements. Our Professionalism, experience and commitment to Architectural excellence have earned us the reputation as leaders in African architecture.
Our Architectural Values
Karter Margub & Associates c.c. ensure that you receive the kind of quality and service you expect from a leader. Our company is always evolving as the needs of society change and as new opportunities are created in the architectural housing market. You can rest assured that, working with Karter Margub & Associates c.c., you will enjoy the best services offered using the latest technology available in the industry for you plans and designs.
Teamwork: We make it our responsibility to know you and your lifestyle. We work closely with you to ensure that the solutions we provide are tailored to meet your projects unique needs and challenges. We are committed to your success.
Customer Relations: At Karter Margub & Associates c.c., our highest priority is satisfied customers. You are important to us and you can expect us to go the extra mile for your architectural business. Superior customer service is the hallmark of Karter Margub & Associates c.c.. We are proud to serve you and work hard to earn your business.
Karter Margub & Associates
The practice is run by Gareth Williams-Wynn, previously of Alexander Wynn & Associates and Apple Architectural Designs.
Gareth was born in Southern Rhodesia, (now Zimbabwe) in the late 50`s on a farm in the most northern region of the country. As distance to the local towns was far it was decided that he and his sisters should attend boarding school. Every time they returned on school holidays his mom had either moved the front door or added on a studio, knocked down his old room, built up stairs, built downstairs …… you get the point. Returning home was an adventure on its own. Even his father complained about mom moving his chair, changing the table next to it, hung a picture, took it down, moved it three inches over, took it down, painted the wall, hung the picture.
So art, architecture and interior design was forced on him at an early age. After leaving school he entered into the realms of motor car part design and spent many years in the early years on the drawing board and around manufacturing plants. In 1990 he took the bold move to concentrate in architecture and has not looked back since.