31/44 Architects was established in 2010 by directors William Burges, James Jeffries and Stephen Davies, with studios in both London and the Netherlands – as referenced in the practice name. Predominantly based in London, near Brick Lane, the practice currently comprises a team of ten architects and architectural assistants.
Projects range in scale from significant urban buildings to single houses. Completed projects include a family home in the Netherlands, a mixed-use retail and hotel building in Shoreditch, and a number of one-off individual homes around London. The practice has also recently caught the attention of the architectural press, garnering nominations and awards for No. 49 and Red House.
Projects are characterised by a thoughtful response to context, conceived not in isolation, but growing instead out of the particular conditions of each setting. This results in buildings with an inherent connection to their site whilst ensuring they are also a close reflection of clients’ requirements.
31/44 have taught an undergraduate studio at Kingston School of Art and Architecture since 2010. Teaching is a fundamental part of the practice; the constant articulation of ideas, observations and proposals required in the teaching studio also enriches the design studio.
JOHN ROBERTSON ARCHITECTS
John Robertson Architects produces carefully considered, contextual and modern designs that deliver real value to our clients. Our work is guided by the principle of contextual civic modernism, aiming to preserve the historic fabric and character of our cities, whilst adding to them with contemporary buildings that enhance the experience of the city as a whole.
Since its formation in 1993, the practice has delivered a substantial number of high quality buildings both in the UK and abroad. Our work includes many large office and residential schemes, as well as sensitive restoration and redevelopment projects of significant historical and architectural value.
JRA’s offices are based in the Bankside area of Central London across five studios. Our teams have considerable expertise in the delivery and monitoring process and JRA have an established Executive Architecture studio dedicated to this type of work. The delivery team is a valuable resource and their work informs the wider practice in creating efficient designs and lowering construction risks.
We are currently working on a wide range of interesting and challenging new-build and office refurbishment projects in Central London, as well as interior design commissions for new office headquarters projects.
SONNEMANN TOON ARCHITECTS
Established in 2002, Sonnemann Toon Architects have a diverse architecture portfolio across the healthcare, commercial and residential sectors. Our reputation has been built through projects from loyal repeat clients and via referrals to others. We believe this to be the best testament to the quality of our service and the success of completed projects. We deliver designs UK wide, specialising in those based in London, Oxfordshire, Midlands & Scotland.
We are architects because we enjoy helping others realise their projects, from initial ideas into manifest reality. The process can be demanding but using our best endeavours achieves fruitful results for our clients and satisfaction in a job well done for us. Clarifying the complex and being a practical, committed driver of the creative process is how we operate.
We have offices in Central London and Bicester with talented and helpful teams that provide both architectural and interior design services. We can support all stages of a project from feasibility to construction, through a well managed and collaborative process. Our depth of understanding and years of expertise ensures that designs are tailored to produce spaces that are visually pleasing, acoustically and environmentally comfortable as well as being functional.
Established over 25 years ago, TateHindle is an architecture and design practice based in London. Working with high profile clients across sectors including residential, commercial, and mixed use, the practice’s portfolio features innovative new builds, intelligent retrofits and the sensitive restoration of listed heritage buildings. Fundamental to every project is the ambition to create contextual work and buildings which are rooted to their locality.
Award-winning projects include The Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair, London and Aura, Great Kneighton, a development creating nearly 400 new homes in Cambridge. Projects currently in development include the headquarters for the Institute of Physics in King’s Cross and a development of over 250 new-build homes in Beaulieu, Essex.