We view each project as a new challenge, demanding a unique design solution, arrived at through debate.
The house style is thus a shared, progressive attitude to design rather than an easily recognisable set of stylistic features. We aim to look beyond fashion to create buildings that give a lifetime of value, with due regard to energy conservation and sustainability.
We have successfully completed a huge variety of projects, which vary from single buildings to large-scale urban renewal. We enjoy working creatively with existing buildings as much as undertaking new-build projects and our list of awards recognises the consistently high quality of our design, whatever the budget.
The structure of our studio gives equal weight to design and delivery. We have experience across the range of procurement methods, and we strongly believe in the benefits of consultation. Our methodologies for community consultation and collaboration have been developed through many years of experience.
Harvey Court (1961-62) is a Grade II* listed student residence block in Cambridge, designed in Sir Leslie Martin's office, and attributed to Colin St. John Wilson and Patrick Hodgkinson. This refurbishment project involves the complete renovation of the building envelope and facilities.
The masterplan vision for four sites along Purley Way in Croydon creates a sustainable, inclusive new neighbourhood, with a broad spectrum of dwelling sizes and types ranging from 1 bedroom apartments to 4 bedroom family homes.