We believe that good design has the ability to elevate practical and mundane buildings and spaces into places of delight and enduring quality – creating better places to live, work and socialise. It’s why we put people at the heart of everything we do.
From our design studios in London and Manchester, we use our skills in architecture, urban design and landscape architecture to work on housing, education, health, arts and commercial projects of all shapes and sizes across the country. Throughout, we collaborate with clients, communities and end-users – listening, questioning and challenging when appropriate. Our thorough briefing process ensures we form a clear, shared vision for the project and is designed to unearth information, establish its essence and inspire all those involved.
Our long tradition of research and advocacy also means that we encourage others to follow our lead in creating better spaces, in particular when it comes to the critical issues of design standards and sustainability.
Phase A will deliver 280 new homes, a new high street and a civic building facing a community square at the heart of the neighbourhood, with new and improved open spaces within the wider masterplan.View project
Aberfeldy Village is an ambitious regeneration scheme led by EcoWorld London and housing association Poplar HARCA. The project is halfway through its 20-year timeline.View project
This project is in partnership with Birnbeck Housing Association and will provide four new homes for people with lower level needs who can be supported into independent living.View project
An affordable, intergenerational housing development for older people and postgraduate students, with generous and welcoming communal spaces, designed to Passivhaus standard.View project
Using offsite construction techniques to weave new socially-rented homes and community facilities into an existing estate, through a combination of rooftop extensions and infill buildings.View project
This project involves the significant yet sensitive refurbishment and extension of two adjacent buildings, including one Grade II listed, to provide improved facilities for UCL’s Faculty of Laws.View project
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