Pilbrow & Partners was established in March 2013 by Fred Pilbrow, Tal Ben-Amar, Keb Garavito Bruhn and Sam Yousif to deliver exemplary architecture and urban planning solutions. The partners have particular strengths in addressing complex planning challenges and a track record of successfully developing proposals in sensitive heritage contexts.
Pilbrow & Partners currently have a team of architects and urban planners working on projects in the UK and abroad from their Farringdon studios. Current commissions include the design of four prime residential buildings and a new public square within the Earls Court Village masterplan for Capital and Counties. For Knight Dragon, Pilbrow & Partners are designing two buildings and a public Square at Peninsula Riverside. Currently under construction within the Bayswater Conservation the practice is restoring and remodelling a Grade II listed villa at No. 3 Orme Square.
Other clients of the practice include, Berkeley Group, Blackland Capital, British Land, Brookfield Multiplex, Candy & Candy, Dorsett International, Development Securities, Greycoat Estates, GVA and PPR Estates.
The practice is supported by specialist resources in planning, parametric modelling, BIM coordination, visualisation and modelmaking.
The proposals restore the historic street line and the continuity of the urban block with a design that sensitively responds to the character of its Belgravia setting.View project
The Kensington Building is a retrofit development that delivers 95,000ft2 of BREEAM Excellent and WELL Standard Gold workspace and 34,000ft2 of retail space. It also incorporates 12,329ft2 of terraces...View project
Tall and slim, this monochrome tower cuts a commanding presence by the river bank. Inside, Conran + Partners’ design is striking but never overdone.View project
This new flagship for M&S offers a positive vision for Oxford Street’s environmental, cultural, & economic sustainability with innovative retail, highly sustainable workspace and enhanced public realmView project
EDGE London Bridge will be the most sustainable office tower in London. The new building will have a vibrant and publicly accessible ground floor with a lush green garden.View project
UCLH Phase 5 marks the latest phase of the hospital’s main campus regeneration, providing a specialist facility for ear, nose, throat and dental medicine.View project
Our proposals on behalf of Waltham Forest Council restore the historic and Grade II* EMD cinema on Hoe Street to a live performance venue with a focus on comedy and community.View project
The Waterman is the key residential aspect of the Greenwich Riverside masterplan delivering 269 new homes and a new public square at the heart of the new urban district.View project
Aspen delivers a new paradigm for high density living in London. In two tall buildings, the scheme offers a range of housing tenures, a hotel, a new primary school and a community healthcentre.View project
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