Our architecture is predicated around the belief that by delivering high quality and considered “shared spaces” higher commercial and residential densities can be accommodated to enhance, rather than detract from, living and working experiences. This ethos generates higher commercial returns for our developer clients which, in turn, facilitates investment in bespoke contextual architectural responses which can viably accommodate a greater range of often less profitable tenures and uses; creating richer and more robust community structures, as well as delivering the “non sellable” but fundamental “shared spaces” which facilitate their growth. We continually test our design responses at every stage of their delivery to ensure the quality of the living and working experiences they facilitate are enhanced rather than compromised by increased densification
We create consistently high quality projects that push spaces to work harder and more effectively to realise architecture that is profitable for the client and a desirable place for future communities to form. Projects range from private houses to large residential schemes, schools to temples, cultural to civic buildings. Combining traditional architectural methods, such as hand drawings and iterative models, with bespoke feasibility studies, innovative design and extensive construction and delivery experience, we are well placed to work on projects at any scale.
The design and delivery of intensified mixed-use architecture has become central to the work of our practice. We enjoy the challenges that come with tight sites and a large amount of our projects are schemes that have received planning permission where others have failed as a result of this. We welcome dialogue and encourage our clients to contribute to these explorations, ensuring the final formula provides as tailored a response as possible.