Founded in 2009, we have built a reputation for creating outstanding buildings and spaces regardless of project scale, budget or ambition.

Our work is defined by a sensitive yet aspirational approach: our inventiveness, judgement and tactical awareness appeals to clients who seek boldness, ingenuity and imagination without sacrificing the practical demands of cost, deadline and delivery.

We believe our clients share our view that excellence in architecture requires a profound respect for the past, an acute awareness of the present, and the ability to anticipate the demands of the future. As a London practice we frequently work on constrained, urban sites; often in conservation areas or within the curtilage of listed buildings. In every case our aim is to complement and enhance the existing condition; to consider not just our site but the wider context and our civic responsibilities. We appreciate, and never ignore, the economic, social and financial pressures which drive construction.

Effective and open communication is an essential part of the architectural design process and is exceptionally important to our practice. We strive to stay at the forefront of 3D visualization and production information technology to aid and enhance collaboration between all parties. This rapport encourages an open-minded and varied approach to design, resulting in work which is consistent in quality, but not uniform in style. Buildings can be exuberant or restrained, colourful or quiet. They represent our creative interpretations of the objectives, values and aspirations of our clients.

We design for a sustainable future, whether reusing existing buildings or making new architecture. Our aim is to create buildings that respect the environment, the needs of our clients and the wellbeing of occupants.

The Morrow + Lorraine studio is a tight-knit team of talented people drawn from leading universities and top practices. Our low turnover of staff is testimony to the long-term commitment of the practice to our most precious asset.

Portraits by Sally Morrow

Team

Agata Malinowska

Architectural Assistant

Agata Malinowska

BA (Hons)
Architectural Assistant

Agata studied at the School of Architecture and Design at the University of Brighton. Her architectural career stems from an interest in drawing and she is passionate about the potential to explore design and graphics within this context. Originally from Poland she came to the UK attracted by the creative approach to the teaching of architecture, which suits her multi-talented skill set.

In 2018 she was an RIBA Bronze Medal nominee as well as the winner of an RIBA South East Student Award.

Agata has an ability to visualise projects and this combined with creativity and excellent design skills brings an individuality and insight to her work at Morrow + Lorraine. For the major conservation project Buckingham Palace Road, she produced an illustration depicting how the building might look in 20 years’ time.  Her illustration of a sustainable vision for London – a collaboration with Stephanie Crombie – was published in ‘New London Architecture: 40 Best Ideas for London’.

Her ideas and drawing skills were an integral part of the team’s work, for the early stages of an exciting community regeneration scheme in Croydon, Taberner House. She is an energetic organiser for Morrow + Lorraine’s social and cultural events, including being an important member of the team that organised our open-studio event as part of the London Festival of Architecture in 2019.

Anthony McMahon

Senior Associate

Anthony McMahon

BA (Hons) MArch RIBA ARB
Senior Associate

Tony qualified as an architect from the University of Sheffield and first joined us in 2012. He worked with us for four years before leaving to work with a practice specialising in the housing sector.

We welcomed him back three years later and he’s now playing a major role in leading our housing projects and growing our business in this area. He has a breadth of experience of running projects on site and has developed his knowledge of purpose-built residential projects. With new opportunities in this sector increasing at Morrow + Lorraine he is an important part of this growth.

On his return, Tony’s first project at Morrow + Lorraine was King Street in Acton, a complex residential scheme which was part refurbishment and part new-build. Our client at King Street then brought us on board at Bombay Street, where Tony again led the project.

Alongside his work at Morrow + Lorraine, Tony is a Labour Councillor for Hackney, where his architectural skills, knowledge of public housing and interest in the built environment make him a particularly valuable voice on the Council.

Ben Wigmore

Architectural Assistant

Ben Wigmore

BA (Hons)
Architectural Assistant

Ben joined us following a first-class degree from Newcastle University. We were also interested in his hands-on experience, he spent his gap year and university holidays working for a traditional building company Jones & Fraser, on heritage buildings. This has allowed him a practical perspective on our work. In addition he had also spent six months working on master-planning, at the internationally acclaimed practice Farrells, .

Ben has a naturally meticulous approach and an eye for detail, which is fundamental to our work at Morrow + Lorraine. Since joining as an architectural assistant his ability to exceed and bring rigour to his approach has enabled him to be involved with prestigious projects, such as the refurbishment at 23 Queen Anne Street.

He was part of the team that provided a feasibility study for an exciting, triple-height basement, close to Piccadilly in London. He was also in the project team for the tender package of a refurbishment of a reception area and offices at 88 Wood Street.

Cara Hodgkins

Studio Coordinator

Cara Hodgkins

BA History of Art
Studio Coordinator

Cara co-ordinates the day-to-day studio activities at Morrow + Lorraine and provides a point of contact for the whole team. She co-ordinates all CPD seminars, keeping the architects up to date with professional practice and specialisms. Cara also assists the Practice Manager and the Directors and plays a critical role in supporting internal communications, particularly in disseminating practice sustainability plans.

Cara’s school studies in Ceramic Design, Spanish and History of Art set her on a path of study in art history and architecture. She embarked on a degree in Interior Architecture at Oxford Brookes University, but went on to graduate with a BA in History of Art. Her dissertation was ‘An exploration of the impact that British colonial rule in India and the establishment of The East India Company had on domestic architecture in Britain’ of which she received a 1st class mark.

Daniel Cutter

Associate

Daniel Cutter

BSc (Hons) MArch PGDip ARB RIBA
Associate

Daniel studied at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, a course that nurtured a sensitive yet creative approach to architectural design that is firmly anchored in its context. These skills were developed and honed during a number of years at Dixon Jones on a variety of prestigious projects where Daniel earnt an associate role early in his career.

Daniel brings to Morrow + Lorraine his experience across varying scales and complexities and a strong eye for detail – applying this while co-leading a number of exciting early stage projects.

Edward Fisher

Architect

Edward Fisher

BArch (Hons) MArch ARB
Architect

Ed has excellent communication skills and always establishes good relationships with both our clients and contractors. He particularly enjoys collaborating onsite and managing the process. At 79 Bentinck Street, a mixed residential/commercial project, he’s been in a client-facing role, managing the preplanning stage for the reconfiguration of three townhouses.

Ed has developed skills to manage sensitive sites, so if there are any unexpected problems on site, he is quick to find solutions and to deal with issues as they arise.

He also has an interest in craft and making, and this, combined with a scrupulous attention to detail, makes him a valuable member of our team.

After studying Architecture at the University of Dundee, Ed worked in Glasgow for JM Architects for four years. There he was predominantly involved in the education sector, and coming to Morrow + Lorraine has given him the chance to work across sectors and with a wide range of clients.

Erika Mikulionyte

Architect - LCA Specialist - Active Score AP

Erika Mikulionyte

BA (Hons) MArch ARB
Architect - LCA Specialist - Active Score AP

Erika studied at Manchester School of Architecture, in a feminist design-led atelier, promoting equality through the built environment.

Before joining M+L, she worked at DLA Design Group, where she was involved in medium scale retrofit projects in residential and workplace sectors. While working at 74 and  Ollier Smurthwaite Architects she gained invaluable residential experience throughout the RIBA stages in multiple large scale high-end schemes.

Erika was a key member of the Morrow + Lorraine team working on 23 Queen Anne Street during the construction stage. She attended site inspections, answered site queries and provided technical details. Erika particularly enjoys working on smaller more complex retrofit projects where she can showcase her design and technical skills.

Fiona Pearce-Burrows

Communications Manager

Fiona Pearce-Burrows

BA Comm Dip Arch Tech
Communications Manager

Fiona leads the team in developing robust communications strategies while ensuring the skills and successes of the studio are known and celebrated. Fiona is particularly invested in sustainable practice at Morrow + Lorraine and works closely with leadership to ensure total alignment between our commitments, project results, and outward communications.

Fiona managed a successful small media business in Australia for several years early in her career. Making the decision to diversify her skills, she completed a Diploma in Architectural Technology. This very practical course complemented her previous communications and business experience leading to a role as communications and marketing manager at a mid-sized architecture and urban design practice in Sydney.

 

Florina Mihaila

Architect

Florina Mihaila

BA, MA (Hons) ARB OAR (Order of Architects Romania)
Architect

Florina joined Morrow + Lorraine in March 2019, having previously worked for John Robertson Architects and TateHindle.

She originally studied architecture in Romania, then came to the UK and worked for Spheron Architects and was involved in the award-winning Belarusian Memorial Chapel, the only wooden church in London.

Florina is a firm believer in the potential of technology to change the way we work, with a particular interest in using Building Information Management (BIM) to synchronise the work of different teams on a variety of projects. She is altruistic with this knowledge and is always researching new ways to use BIM, 3D modelling and other software to benefit all we do.

When she had the opportunity to work on the design and organisational side of a large project, Buckingham Palace Road, she streamlined the technology and improved our design process.

Francis Hunt

Architect

Francis Hunt

Architect

Frank Gilks

Senior Associate

Frank Gilks

BSc (Hons) DipArch MArch
Senior Associate

Frank is excited by the possibilities of 3D modelling, visualisation and imaging, and he also has a strong interest in graphics. He is exploring how we use technology to push our designs and improve communications with our clients, partners and stakeholders. He studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, before taking a position at Heatherwick Studio and at DSP Architecture.

Frank is particularly drawn to the early stages of our projects, utilising 3D technology as a powerful design tool for concept design, pre-application and planning. He played a major part in developing the concept for Clifftops, one of our most sensitive projects on a stretch of the Jurassic Coast, which successfully gained planning approval. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site, between two listed castles and above a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Five new holiday lodges nestle in the landscape, maximising sea views and complementing the rugged surroundings.

Frank has recently completed work on a 3D model for a large commercial building, although this work is specific to the client and the context, his work here has the potential to inform our approach to other equally complex projects. With every element of a design, he adds to our digital knowledge base, enabling solutions for future projects.

Outside of his work at Morrow + Lorraine, he has undertaken several home-refurbishment projects, putting his design skills to the test in a very different context.

 

Gavin Toner

Senior Associate

Gavin Toner

BSc (Hons) BArch RIBA ARB
Senior Associate

As Morrow + Lorraine grows, our most experienced staff are starting to take on more strategic roles. So, as well as his project-based role, Gavin is now focusing on developing our relationships with our existing clients and looking at new business opportunities. This is all part of our drive to focus on the growth of the practice and look to the future.

On the project side, Gavin is the lead architect for our prestigious project at Buckingham Palace Road. He was first involved in the retail part of the project when he joined us in 2012. When a new phase was announced more recently, he was instrumental in winning the pitch for Morrow + Lorraine. With the project secured, it was natural to make him the head of the team.

With many family members working in the construction industry, Gavin was familiar with construction sites long before he became an architect. He studied at Queen’s University Belfast and worked at two Belfast-based practices – Kennedy Fitzgerald and Neil Mathews – before joining Morrow + Lorraine.

Gregory Murrell

Architect - Active Score AP

Gregory Murrell

BA (Hons) MArch Pg Dip ARB
Architect - Active Score AP

Gregory studied at Newcastle University, where he focused on the enhancement and adaptation of existing buildings. He won the Ed Bennett Memorial Prize for socially centred design for his graduate project, that proposed a series of interventions for a local civic theatre. Previously at Holder Mathias Architects he was involved with the design of large-scale new-build projects in the retail, residential, and mixed-use sectors.

At Morrow + Lorraine Gregory is applying his academic interests and professional experience on the development of several refurbishment and new-build projects. He made a valuable contribution to the reception fit-out design for the 7 Newgate Street project, has prepared tender information for a new-build residential project, and most recently, he has been assisting in the production of Stage 5 information for the Warwick Buildings project. Additionally, Gregory has been collaborating with our WELL Accredited Professional as part of his continued professional development.

Helen Tsoi

Associate - Practice Manager

Helen Tsoi

Associate - Practice Manager

As practice manager at Morrow + Lorraine, Helen works closely with the directors across all aspects of practice operations, assisting in developing and implementing company policies and strategies. She firmly believes that the foundation to effective delivery of project related services lies in efficient and robust practice systems.

Helen originally spent one year studying Architecture at Leeds before following her passion for food and switching to an HND in Hotel and Catering Management. However, her interest in design saw her career develop within the design and architecture industry.

Before joining Morrow + Lorraine, Helen spent 14 years as finance and practice manager at Dixon Jones and therefore brought with her a wealth of experience in practice administration.

She has also worked at the RIBA as special projects manager and head of exhibitions, as project manager at London Open House, and as account manager at Caro Communications.

 

Jadwiga Marcowska

Senior Architect

Jadwiga Marcowska

MA (Hons) DipArch ARB
Senior Architect

Jadwiga studied architecture at Cracow University of Technology in Poland. Before joining Morrow + Lorraine she worked at AHR Architects and Simon Bowden Architecture, gaining experience in residential and hotel sectors.

Her impressive technical knowledge and thorough command of design software, when combined with her eye for detail, make her an indispensable part of the Morrow + Lorraine team.

Jadwiga’s technical and design skills ensured she was a key member of the team on one of our biggest and most high-profile projects, Buckingham Palace Road. She also played an important role on one of our smaller projects, Bombay Street, executing her technical and design talents with confidence and ease throughout.

She brings a calm authority to the projects, no doubt learnt in her sporting life – she was at one time a professional volleyball player.

J-J Lorraine

Director

J-J Lorraine

RIBA FRSA
Director

J-J graduated with a first from Oxford Brookes University before completing his studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, under the renowned Peter Cook. His working life started in Hong Kong with Arquitectonica, he then returned to the UK to work for Foster + Partners, Paxton Locher and Sidell Gibson Architects, before jointly founding Morrow + Lorraine with Julian Morrow in 2009.

J-J is building on the practice’s reputation for a thoughtful, attentive approach, which delivers commercially viable projects that contribute positively to the built environment.

His vision is for a practice that understands the expectations around social, economic and cultural value and can deliver this. At the same time a responsibility to the environment, clients and occupants, means that targets for wellbeing, biodiversity and sustainability are paramount.

J-J is always looking for new opportunities to partner with clients and stakeholders who share in the practice’s ambitions. He takes a leadership role in the initial stages of projects, including driving the design direction and overseeing feasibility studies and planning applications.

He has selected a hand-picked team and is a strong believer in the importance of supporting and encouraging talent, including giving everyone a say in shaping the future of the practice.

Joanna Barnes

Architect

Joanna Barnes

MA(Cantab) DipArch PGDip ARB
Architect

Joanna studied Architecture at the University of Cambridge and then at The Cass.  Here her focus was on the application of a rigorous process of design through the development of highly contextual work. This approach has continued throughout her professional experience. At Delvendahl Martin Architects, she worked as project architect on the design and delivery of an ensemble of mixed commercial and residential schemes in Hackney. Previous professional experience includes sectors such as the arts, commercial offices, education and master-planning.

At Morrow + Lorraine, Joanna is enjoying working with large-scale fragments of the city – developing thoughtful responses to optimise the existing context. She has been invaluable on Lancashire Court, a project involving the substantial redevelopment of a group of buildings and internal courtyards in Mayfair. Joanna led in driving forward the design development of a new hotel introduced as part of the scheme.

John Harkness

Senior Associate

John Harkness

BArch (Hons) DipArch MArch RIBA RIAS ARB
Senior Associate

John is one of the most experienced members of our team and a strong influence within the practice. His long-standing convictions about sustainability are the foundation of his approach to architecture, and his role helps steer our strategic vision and ensures there are clear and consistent guidelines.

He studied Architecture at Edinburgh College of Art, and he then worked at Foster and Partners. Here he gained experience in establishing processes and the importance of attention to detail.

John follows his reuse and sustainable beliefs, whilst managing the commercial goals of a project. His leadership at 23 Queen Anne Street, which is a listed building and Howard de Walden Estate’s headquarters, has shown how responsive our clients can be to his ethical and thoughtful approach.

John is not driven by the desire to work within a specialist sector, but by his aim to create sustainable buildings with intelligent solutions, which makes him an architect who brings insight and benefits to every project.

 

John Kirwan

Associate

John Kirwan

BA (Hons) DipArch PGDip ARB
Associate

Before John joined Morrow + Lorraine, he was at PDP in London, where he specialised for seven years in working on high-end residential projects. This expertise and ability to manage projects of this scale from concept to completion is a great asset for the practice.

He has managed a range of projects since joining us, including the early-stage feasibility study for the refurbishment of a commercial building in the City of London, the fit-out of the residential elements of a Berkeley Homes mixed-use scheme and the overhaul of the front of house at One Curzon Street.

John studied at the University of Western England in Bristol, then at The Cass and the University of Westminster in London. After qualifying John became a mentor on the University of Westminster’s mentoring scheme. This caring approach includes taking undergraduate students on site visits to give them early hands-on experience and practical insights into their coursework.

Julian Morrow

Director

Julian Morrow

MA (Hons) DipArch RIBA ARB
Director

Julian co-founded Morrow + Lorraine in 2009 with J-J Lorraine, and they are jointly responsible for the management of the practice and guidance of the team. Julian’s main focus is the design and delivery of projects.

He graduated from The University of Edinburgh in 1993 and completed his education at the Architectural Association in London.

Julian’s career began in Singapore, where he worked on a number of major developments including Singapore’s award-winning Esplanade Theatres on the Bay and Times Square – a retail/leisure/hotel development in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.

He has a depth of experience spanning over 20 years, working across a range of sectors encompassing retail, office, leisure, performing arts, transport infrastructure, hospitality, residential new build and residential refurbishment projects.

Particular projects of note include 7-10 Waterloo Place – a sensitive development project providing the building with the highest quality office and restaurant floor space: 108 Cannon Street – an extensive 8-storey refurbishment project located in City that involved the repositioning of the building’s entrance; and 123-151 Buckingham Place Road – a large A1/A2/A3 retail and office development located in Victoria, London, that has recently been granted full planning permission, including the development of a 100,000 sq. ft rooftop expansion.

Laura Keating

Architect

Laura Keating

BArch (Hons) DipArch RIBA ARB
Architect

Laura studied at the Glasgow School of Art, a studio-based design course that focuses on contextual and sustainable architecture. At Morrow + Lorraine Laura is enjoying the process of working with existing buildings and the extra degree of complexity that comes with reusing and refurbishing.

She was previously at Allies and Morrison where she was involved with the design of new-build projects on a large scale and master-planning. Before that she worked at anderson bell + christie, McEachern Architects and Murphy Philipps Architects, gaining experience of the healthcare, residential and master-planning sectors.

She was invaluable on our Buckingham Palace Road project, completing technical drawing and providing the research for specifying products as well as co-ordinating the design team.

Laura Walton

Architectural Assistant

Laura Walton

BA (Hons) MArch
Architectural Assistant

Radostina Stoyanova

Architectural Assistant

Radostina Stoyanova

BArch (Hons) DipArch
Architectural Assistant

Radostina is a graduate of RIBA Studio, the Oxford Brookes University scheme which allows students to work in practice while qualifying as an architect. As a result she’s been an active member of our team throughout her studies.

She grew up in Bulgaria and came to the UK to study Architecture at the University of Greenwich and then worked at Moreno Masey before joining Morrow + Lorraine.

Radostina was project lead, designing and coordinating the social spaces within The Fold, a build-to-rent tower block in South East London – part of a major regeneration project on the site of the former Croydon Council offices.

She is now working on Stage 2 design for a refurbishment of Alder Castle – a central London building looking over London Wall.

Sam Stephens

Architect

Sam Stephens

BA (Hons) MArch ARB
Architect

Sam studied Architecture at the Arts University Bournemouth, where his focus was adapting historic buildings while respecting and enhancing their character, which made him a natural fit at Morrow + Lorraine.

He came to us keen to expand his experience of the commercial sector, having worked at Huw Thomas Architects, BrightSpace and Makower Architects, where his main role was designing student accommodation and high-end residential projects.

His impressive technical skills allow him to visualise a design and resolve complex details. This has been instrumental in his main role since joining us, which was to make a full Revit® model for our flagship project on Buckingham Palace Road.

Sam is involved with our restoration project at 23 Queen Anne Street, where he is developing his experience with historic buildings and making architectural photographs. He is an exceptional photographer and he is logging, documenting and photographing all elements of the project.

Sarah Ives

Architect

Sarah Ives

BA (Hons) MArch RIBA ARB
Architect

Sarah studied at the Birmingham School of Architecture, whilst working in a local practice throughout her Part 2 studies. During this time, she was involved in the design of new-build and retrofit projects within the healthcare, residential and master-planning sectors.

Sarah joined Morrow + Lorraine in October 2020. She was a key member in the delivery of our Buckingham Palace Road project and is enjoying the process of working with an existing building. Her responsibilities include completing technical drawings and co-ordinating the design team.

Stephanie Crombie

Senior Associate - Head of Sustainability - Passivhaus Designer - LCA Specialist

Stephanie Crombie

MA (Hons) DipArch RIBA ARB
Senior Associate - Head of Sustainability - Passivhaus Designer - LCA Specialist

Stephanie is ambitious for our plans to improve the sustainability drive of the practice, pushing us to think about what is possible and how we can develop things further. She is aware of the importance of networking and engaging with organisations, and this ensures Morrow + Lorraine are at the forefront of sustainable knowledge.

She is naturally collaborative and creative, which helps projects to run smoothly and have exceptional results. A gap in an elegant Georgian terrace – Connaught Street, became a flower-covered café with a three-storey apartment, which looks as if it has always existed.

At Great Marlborough Street, a restaurant, four office floors and an apartment for the developer have been created. This imaginative project is a reflection of her approach which puts people first, as well as her resilience in handling complex projects.

Stephanie studied Architecture at the Royal College of Art in London and previously worked at RCKa, a practice that has built its reputation on socially responsive architecture. Joining Morrow + Lorraine has allowed her to drive innovation in a more commercial environment, develop her sustainable approach and help shape the future of our practice.

Tom Powell

Senior Associate

Tom Powell

BA (Hons) DipArch
Senior Associate

Tom joined Morrow + Lorraine in 2012 after graduating from the University of Liverpool. He then completed a Diploma part-time at The Cass, London Metropolitan University.

Alongside his work on our projects, Tom is also focusing on a thorough review of the practice. His clarity of thought and understanding of our goals and ethos make him an asset in every stage of a project.

His expertise is invaluable in the delivery of projects as well as at the feasibility stage. For Weymouth Mews, part of the Howard de Walden Estate, he unlocked the potential of a complex site within the curtilage of a Grade II* listed building. The building has been shortlisted and commended for a number of architectural awards.

Tom managed one of our most sensitive projects, Clifftops, located on the Jurassic Coast and part of a UNESCO World Heritage site. The project involves five holiday lodges between two listed castles within a rugged landscape. His calm approach on such a difficult site allowed him to create an outstanding result.

William Aitken

Senior Associate

William Aitken

BA (Hons) MArch RIBA ARB
Senior Associate

Will is one of the design leads within the practice and is therefore responsible for the design decisions on a scheme and ensures excellence in all elements. He has a careful and thoughtful approach which aligns with the principles of the practice.

Morrow + Lorraine is known for giving existing buildings a new lease of life and maximising their potential. Will was design lead for one of our largest projects of this type – the extensive refurbishment of Buckingham Palace Road, which focused on adding value and space (in the form of three additional storeys). At a different end of the spectrum in terms of scale, he led the planning application for the refurbishment and extension of Gilroy House, an elegant but neglected 1930s building.

Will studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, and then worked at Heatherwick Studio in Hong Kong and in London. From there he moved to Eric Parry Architects, where, as well as working in the London office, he was involved in establishing an office in Singapore. He joined Morrow + Lorraine in 2017.

 

Clients

Our success in the renewal and revitalisation of existing buildings or under-valued sites depends on a broad range of creative skills and technical expertise. These attributes have enabled the practice to form long standing, trusting relationships with leading property companies, institutions and London estates.

Selected Clients:

The Howard de Walden Estate, Delancey, Royal London Asset Management, Aberdeen Asset Management, C.P. Hart , CBRE Global Investors, Barings, London Global Real Estate, Shaftesbury Plc, Almacantar, Duchy of Lancaster, Mass Mutual Financial Group, Argent, Rykadan Capital, Wrenbridge, Helical Bar, Theory, Land Securities, The Office Group, CIT Group Partners LLP, Standard Life, M&G Real Estate, The Church Commissioners for England, The Crown Estate, Westbrook Partners, Beltane Asset Management, Scottish Widows.

Awards

  • 2022
    • OAS Awards | Refurbishment/Regeneration West EndWinner
    • OAS Awards | Refurbishment/Regeneration CityShortlisted
    • BCO Awards | Refurbished/Recycled WorkplaceFinalist
  • 2021
    • AJ Retrofit Awards | Workplace £5-10 millionShortlisted
  • 2019
    • AJ Retrofit Awards | Housing – under £5 millionShortlisted
    • Brick Awards | Small Housing DevelopmentShortlisted
    • RIBA | RIBA 2019 London Regional AwardsShortlisted
    • BREEAM | BREEAM 2019 AwardsShortlisted
  • 2017
    • AJ Retrofit Awards | Offices (2000-10,000m²)Shortlisted
    • BD Architect of the Year Awards | Refurbishment Architect of the YearShortlisted
    • British Council for Offices Awards | Recycled / Refurbished WorkspaceShortlisted
  • 2016
    • AJ Retrofit Awards | Retail SpaceWinner
  • 2015
    • AJ Retrofit Awards | Office Space Under 2000 sqmWinner
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