Bell Phillips has grown since 2004 to become a leading practice with a strong track record of high-quality design across a number of sectors. While the practice is best known for its residential design work – particularly in the social and affordable housing sector – the practice’s diverse portfolio includes many successful education, public realm and community buildings, with recent projects including The Tree House in Elephant Park and The Skinners’ School in Tunbridge Wells.
Campbell & Co Architects
Campbell & Co Architects is a young, forward-thinking practice based in Reigate, Surrey. They are a team of friendly, genuine architects who are passionate about working collaboratively to create imaginative and inspiring places. We have worked with them on a series of retrofit projects to bring derelict and redundant retail units into new council homes: demonstrating their ability to address a challenging brief and deliver projects that benefit individual building users and wider society.
Charlton Brown Architecture & Interiors
Charlton Brown is a Hampstead-based architecture and interior design studio. Founded by Jo Maudsley and Chris Pask, the practice has over 20 years’ experience designing high-end residential projects in the most sought-after neighbourhoods in London and the Home Counties. From family homes to country estates, Charlton Brown's expertise lies in the restoration of beautiful period properties, where they combine this passion for heritage with luxury craftsmanship and an evolving focus on sustainability, creating homes that will stand the test of time.
Dallas-Pierce-Quintero is an award-winning multi-disciplinary practice based in East London. Founded in 2009 by Jonathan Dallas, David Pierce, and Juliet Quintero, the practice has grown to encompass a broad spectrum of work that builds upon collaboration, from beautiful architecture to producing cultural strategies and commissioning public art and design for places undergoing change. Across sectors, their work is underpinned by a rigorous, model-based process to develop a site-specific response that unlocks the 'spaces in-between' – adding long-term value to places and the people in them, like their recent transformation of a brownfield site in Newham, with three new interlockings, upside-down homes.
David Kohn Architects
David Kohn Architects is a London-based practice established in 2007, working internationally on arts, education and residential projects. The practice is currently delivering major projects including a new campus for New College Oxford, the new Birmingham Smithfield markets for Lendlease and Birmingham City Council, and the remodelling of a historic beguinage in Hasselt, Belgium. Other projects include the V&A Photography Centre and Red House – winner of the RIBA House of the Year in 2022.
An award-winning architectural practice with a reputation for designing high-quality schemes that respect the environment, enrich their context, and withstand the test of time. Whether for a large scale listed building or a tiny quirky project, user health & wellbeing is at the core of every design, alongside retaining, repurposing, and celebrating original building features wherever possible. This London-based studio works across the UK, transforming high-profile sites into futureproofed office and retail space, dynamic housing developments, healthy homes, educational institutions, and arts & cultural buildings.
Felix Lewis Architects
Committed to creating unique buildings strongly rooted in landscape and place, this creative studio specialises in powerful placemaking, modern regional design, natural materials, and vernacular building forms. They work across London, Surrey, and Kent with a portfolio in residential, commercial, education, and public realm. There is a playful nature found in the practice’s architectural language and highly considered use of finishes and materials. The practice takes on a positive environmental approach and has delivered high performing projects, firmly underpinned by sustainable building practices and principles.
Gort Scott is an architecture and urban design practice founded in 2007. Dedicated to serving communities, the 30-strong Bermondsey practice is known for their values-driven approach to public consultation, retrofit, and heritage. Successful delivery of commercial, education, cultural and residential buildings as well as public realm and urban masterplans has resulted in both awards recognition and long-lasting relationships with clients throughout the UK. Our recent work with Gort Scott includes a major redevelopment projects at St Hilda’s College, Oxford.
Gresford Architects was founded in 2006. The Oxford-based practice specialises in sustainable building design, with particular expertise in Passivhaus design. With a portfolio ranging from extensions and one-off dwellings to commercial space, the practice seeks to create buildings that are thoughtful, practical, sustainable and beautiful, using energy and materials as efficiently as possible. Gresford Architects enjoy bringing craftsmanship and a love of surfaces to their projects, with recent projects – such as Copeland Road – exploring the textures and qualities of pigmented plaster, rough-sawn timber and cross-laminated timber.
This dynamic group of architects and interior designers create thoughtful designs on all scales from urban masterplans through to the interiors. Shaped around the people who use a space and the unique context of each project, GRID designs buildings that merge creative ingenuity with commercial reality. They have delivered several schemes which provide immense social value for local communities and much-needed local housing. Their portfolio spans residential and mixed-use projects, build to rent, workplace, leisure and cultural, conversion and re-use, and masterplanning.
Hayhurst & Co
Hayhurst and Co. is a London-based architectural studio established in 2004 by Nick Hayhurst and Jonathan Nicholls. Through a diverse portfolio, the practice has established a reputation for designing environments that are sensitive and sustainable, innovative and humane. The practice’s interest in landscape and materiality, and nature and domesticity, is evident in projects at every scale, with recent projects including the award-winning Grain House in Hackney and Edith Neville Primary School in Camden.
Hudson Architects is based in Norwich with a diverse range of projects around the UK and internationally. The practice was founded with an ambition to pursue architecture that combines innovative and exciting design with a keen awareness of context and environmental responsibility. The pioneering CobBauge project is demonstrating how an ancient building technique can be adapted to contemporary standards, and a new building for Norwich University of the Arts was a winner at the 2022 AJ Architecture Awards.
Hyde + Hyde Architects
Founded in 2006, Hyde + Hyde Architects are a research-based practice that produces carefully crafted contextual homes, with an authentic and poetic connection with people and place. This is expressed in their work globally, through intricate detail, atmosphere and a focus on the many systems both technological and phenomenological that define and reinforce the concept of home. Projects include Quatrefoil House – a contemporary, ornament-led extension to a Victorian villa in Oxford – which has been shortlisted in the 2023 RIBA South Regional Awards.
Kohn Pedersen Fox
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is one of the world’s pre-eminent architecture firms, providing architecture, interior, programming and master planning services for clients that include some of the most forward-thinking developers, corporations, entrepreneurs, and institutions in the US and around the world. The firm’s extensive portfolio spans more than 40 countries and includes a wide range of projects from office and residential buildings to civic and cultural spaces to educational facilities.
LOM architecture and design
International designers LOM, harness insight and imagination to create harder working, inspiring, and sustainable places for people to live, work and learn. This Shoreditch-based practice works with leading businesses and not-for-profit organisations in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia – specialising in workplace design and strategy, residential, education, community, retail, and hospitality. Their strategic approach to sustainability and the future of buildings ensures that the spaces they design work harder, longer and happier. LOM advocates a responsibility to society and to the planet, and are always looking beyond the brief to unlock new opportunities and contribute to a more healthy and accessible world.
Mæ is a London-based architectural practice – led by Alex Ely – with a diverse portfolio of projects in the residential, healthcare, commercial, and cultural sectors. Addressing today’s urban, social, and environmental challenges, Mæ work with both public and private sector clients to deliver regeneration projects that enrich culture and society. Their work is at the forefront of sustainability and placemaking, with recent projects including Agar Grove in London, the UK’s largest new build Passivhaus housing scheme, and Sands End Arts & Community Centre, which was shortlisted for the 2022 RIBA Stirling Prize.
Martin Ashley Architects
Martin Ashley Architects practices as specialist historic buildings conservation architects and surveyors. The practice is known for its sensitive repairs to outstanding historic buildings and estates with longstanding relationships with organisations including English Heritage, St George’s Chapel Windsor, Historic Royal Palaces and many others. The practice enjoys collaboration: for instance with Hugh Broughton Architects on a series of hugely successful projects including The Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich and Clifford’s Tower in York.
Matthew Giles Architects
London-based, award-winning architecture practice with a purpose to craft extraordinary homes with warmth and ambience. A rigorous process of architectural planning and careful detailing, combined with a sympathetic material palette, sees the successful delivery of liveable spaces that cater to daily life and routines. Their portfolio features striking residential projects, transforming heritage buildings and remodelling the typical suburban house. They continue to illustrate the value of retrofitting older properties through methodical, design-led intervention – making full use of natural light and setting up contemplative views to achieve one-off interior spaces.
Michael Kendrick Architects
Based in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, Michael Kendrick Architects was established by Michael Kendrick in 2018 with contemporary design, creativity and sustainability as its core values. The practice's aim is to create simple, well-crafted buildings that use traditional, high-quality materials in contemporary ways, shaped by the principles of passive environmental design, as is celebrated in their widely-published design of Looking Glass Lodge – a tranquil, nature-focused holiday cabin in rural East Sussex.
This problem-solving practice have a clear vision to create great, green architecture and raise the quality and energy performance of homes across London. They develop a deep understanding of current and future needs to create bespoke and vibrant spaces, centred around purpose and multi-generational living. This talented studio are experts at renovating, extending, and linking independent zones of the family home and designing moments of drama. Mulroy have delivered exemplary projects across London and the UK – with clients ranging from home-owners to leading schools and the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew.
Napier Clarke was founded in 2015 by Amy Napier and Steven Clarke who between them have over 30 years combined experience across many sectors including the arts, education, healthcare, workplace and residential. Together they lead a team which has recently completed a number of successful residential, commercial and cultural projects – most recently a new visitor centre for the Black Country Living Museum: the practice’s first completed public building and the outcome of an international design competition.
Neil Dusheiko Architects
Neil Dusheiko Architects is a small London-based studio solely devoted to designing exceptional houses for people who love architecture. A powerful sense of narrative underpins the practice’s approach: working closely with clients to design around their needs, lifestyle and character, and creating imaginative, pragmatic and cost-effective solutions that appropriate to each locale and context. Each design solution is unique to the project, the client and the place, with people at the centre of the design process.
Paper House Project
Paper House Project is led by James Davies, and has a mission to design subtle surprising spaces, crafted to encourage healthier, happier living and working: modern distinctive places where people can belong, and which inspire confidence, joy and success. The practice has a strong focus on environmental sustainability and we have worked with the practice to promote a series of retrofit projects, most recently Two Wells: a deep retrofit delivering amazing results in rural Buckinghamshire.
Defined by an explorative and research-based approach, Parti’s well-crafted and inventive work combines architecture, furniture, and landscape. The studio designs with consideration to atmospheres and the experience of moving through spaces – always seeking to create architecture that speaks to people by bringing joy and intrigue. Work includes global projects ranging from hospitality to private homes, cultural buildings, and public realm. A series of sensitive restorations on historic buildings, including salvaging, upcycling, and designing bespoke furniture has shown Parti think and act seriously about environmental sustainability, with holistic thinking and doing at the heart of what they do.
RCKa is a socially responsive architecture practice based in London, and takes an active and enterprising approach to enabling and securing projects of relevance to local communities. Using architecture to deliver social value – for individuals, communities and society – is fundamental to their approach. Projects include the award-winning Nourish Hub – a workspace and community food hub in Hammersmith – and a new building with a focus on wellbeing and community at the heart of the regeneration of Birmingham Smithfield.
Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) was founded in 1916 as the professional body for all chartered architects in Scotland and is the foremost institute in the country dealing with architecture and the built environment. A champion of architecture and the built environment in Scotland, the RIAS supports the interests of its growing membership, united through its six regional Chapters, to promote the importance of well-designed buildings and places. Every year, the RIAS celebrate Scottish architecture with its renowned RIAS Awards programme, which saw Moxon Architects' Quarry Studio crowned as the winner of the 2022 Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award.
Weston Williamson + Partners
Weston Williamson + Partners is an award-winning practice with studios in Manchester, London, Toronto, Sydney and Melbourne, with particular expertise in large-scale infrastructure, masterplanning and city-shaping projects. The firm has designed and delivered major city-shaping projects in the UK and around the world, with recent transport infrastructure projects including Elizabeth Line stations at Paddington and Woolwich in London, Melbourne’s Metro Tunnel project, and the Yonge North and Scarborough Subway Extensions in Toronto.