Complex technologies, correctly used, lead us to simpler and more elegant design solutions.


As technology continues to advance, so must we. That’s why QODA runs regular training programmes to ensure the capabilities of our talented team remain ahead of the curve. Not only do the latest developments have an impact on the mechanical, electrical and sustainable areas of building design, but they also change the tools we use within our offices.


Our projects often involve the design of complex systems that include state-of-the-art audio visual technologies, sensitive environmental constraints or critical power and air conditioning systems. In each case, we have the experience and knowledge to understand how technology can best solve all of the issues for our clients.

We believe the secret to making the most of technology is by striving to keep solutions as simple as possible, and always resisting the temptation to over-design. By taking this approach, we make the latest technologies work for us rather than the other way around.

Latest news from QODA

Congratulations to Shakespeare’s New Place

Congratulations to the Shakespeare Birth Place Trust on their Selwyn Goldsmith Award for Inclusive Design - Commendation. QODA were appointed by the Shakespeare Birth Place Trust as part of the team with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios to both improve the visitor experience of New Place and Nash's House and to also facilitate the...

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QODA welcomes new team member to their Birmingham team!

We are pleased to announce that as part of our business growth strategy, Dominic O’Hara has joined QODA’s Birmingham office as Associate Director. Dominic brings over 20 years’ experience of building services design having previously worked in senior roles at Capita, Buro Happold and Morgan Sindall on a wide range of projects in...

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