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.
UCLH Phase 5 marks the latest phase of the hospital’s main campus regeneration, providing a new specialist facility for ENT 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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