Carl Turner

Carl Turner Architects

‘We think of ourselves as “thinkers and makers”,’ says Carl Turner, the AA- and RCA-trained architect, who set up his practice in 2007. The firm works across a range of project scales, from bespoke houses to larger regeneration schemes. Projects… Read More

Quinlan Terry

Quinlan and Francis Terry

Such is his love of classical architecture that one day in 1968, Quinlan Terry teetered along the external cornice of the Pantheon in Rome to measure the pediment, all while wearing a five-piece tweed suit. And it’s that attention to… Read More

Francis Terry

Francis Terry and Associates

After being in partnership with his father for two decades, Francis Terry started his own practice in 2016. While he is one of the leading practitioners in new-build classical houses for UHNW clients, his is also a flexible practice: ‘We… Read More

Charlotte Skene Catling

Skene Catling de la PeÑa

Charlotte Skene Catling has a unique approach to practice which she terms ‘geoarchaeology’, seeking to excavate meaning from context as a means of developing architecture. This method sees her taking observations about the composition of the earth, historical artefacts and… Read More

George Saumarez Smith

ADAM Architecture

George Saumarez Smith is one of few architects who still produce hand drawings upon beginning a new project. In 2010, he put together the exhibition Three Classicists alongside Francis Terry and Ben Pentreath exhibiting that skill. His solo exhibition Measure… Read More

Sally Mackereth

Studio Mackereth

Unsurprisingly, no one describes the philosophy of Studio Mackereth better than Sally Mackereth herself: ‘Studio Mackereth takes its signature from an integrated approach which places as much importance on the interior spaces as the considered details of the architecture that… Read More

David Kohn

David Kohn Architects

David Kohn Architects has now reached a decade since its establishment in 2007 by Cambridge graduate David Kohn. Based in Camden, he carries out an impressive range of projects, often following competitive tenders. One such was at New College, Oxford,… Read More

Simon Haycock

Michaelis Boyd

Since its establishment in 1995, Michaelis Boyd has offered a broad range of architectural and interior design services, from residential new-builds to renovations of hotels, restaurants and bars. Its work can be found in the UK, Europe, Africa, Nepal, Turkey… Read More

Graham Harris

SHH Architecture & Interior Design

‘The team you assemble is ultimately vital to the success of the project,’ says SHH co-founder Graham Harris, adding that ‘historical threads and footprints will greatly inform and enforce your concepts when making client presentations.’ Harris and the team are… Read More

James Gorst

James Gorst Architects

Self-described ‘classic modernist’ James Gorst has two favourite buildings. One is Mies van der Rohe’s Villa Tugendhat, a seminal modernist masterpiece — so far, so expected. The other is Bramante’s High Renaissance Tempietto in San Pietro in Montorio, which is… Read More