Architecture Design Practice, a legal entity registered in the Republic of Cyprus, member of the European Union (EU) is the owner and operator of this website http://www.architecturedp.com.
Architecture Design Practice, hereafter also referred to by its website domain name architecturedp.com and/or ArchitectureDP provides services in urban design, architecture design and interior design, project management, and consulting services throughout Cyprus and Internationally. Architecture Design Practice is a member of The Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber (ΕΤΕΚ) and the Cyprus Architects Association.
For more information regarding legalities and use/misuse of information on the architecturedp.com website, please read the Website Disclaimer.
It is Architecture Design Practice's policy to respect and protect the privacy rights of visitors to this website, any prospective client, as well as all partners and affiliates.
Architecture Design Practice does not log or store any user personal detail on this website http://www.architecturedp.com. Any information provided willingly by the user, such as via the contact form, is sent direct by email, over Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), to be actioned accordingly, and not stored on this website.
Subsequently, this information is held and used in the strictest confidence, solely by authorised personnel at the company for the purpose for which you have provided them, i.e. to provide you with additional information and feedback on our particular services in architecture and design. Information is never disclosed to any third parties.
IMPORTANT. Only enquiries to services in architecture and design can be submitted through this website's contact form, but NOT confirmed or paid.
Architecture Design Practice will explicitly ask when requiring further information that personally identifies you or any personal/business information needed to contact you and follow up with the enquiry. This might be over email, telephone, or other form of electronic communication.
Architecture Design Practice will use such detail to provide more information on the enquiry for service or feedback, and if requested. When a user provides information through the architecturedp.com website – such as via the online enquiry/contact form - Architecture Design Practice:
In case you disagree with this after submission, please inform Architecture Design Practice in writing, who shall proceed to take appropriate action to modify or delete records accordingly.
Architecture Design Practice may be compelled to disclose a certain amount of information by applicable jurisdiction law, such as under local Cypriot or EU court orders or legal notices to produce documents under law.
Collection of such information in website traffic trends is standard, and commonly practiced on websites throughout the Internet.
Information collected on architecturedp.com does not identify individuals as such, but it does provide statistics that can be used to analyse and improve general and user's experience whilst on this website. Architecture Design Practice's personnel may in turn analyses website traffic trends to help improve the overall website design/development and experience, as well as to help improve the end services provided in architecture and design.
Various data that may be observed through the architecturedp.com website includes:
This website architecturedp.com only utilises persistent cookies, essentially for keeping track/observing website visitor trends/statistics via a third party service.
This helps to better understand user behaviour on the website and assist with future design and development in order to enhance overall user experience, as explained above. This cannot identify personal detail from this information, only general/standard website traffic trends via an IP.
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