Practice directors Chris Pask and Jo Maudsley have worked together for 20 years and are part of a team of 20 passionate architects and designers.
The practice was founded in the mid-80s in Hampstead in north-west London. The practice built a strong local reputation which led to recommendations from project managers, developers, estate agents and private clients. We now work across London and the UK.
Architecture and interior design
We offer the complete range of architectural and interior design services, from feasibility and planning to delivery. Our focus is high quality residential design, be it new buildings or sensitive heritage projects. We enjoy new challenges too.
Unique design responses
For us, each project requires its own solution. Each project has its own client, design brief, budget and timeframe - each of our designs is a unique response. This may be the restoration of a listed building with contemporary additions; mid-century interior design; a Passivhaus; or a new Palladian-style country house.
Underlying high-quality design is the management of a complex process. We utilise our experience and our well-established management tools to control budget and timeframe.
Feasibility & planning know-how
We advise on the development potential of a site, quickly.
We have a track-record of maximising potential and value through our planning expertise. We often succeed where others have failed.
Making it happen
The construction of a project requires another skillset. Design detail, exacting technical standards, and thorough coordination with the design team.
We enjoy working with new people and also have a network of trusted consultants with whom we work regularly. We can put together your team if required.
We can provide a turn-key service or act as consultants providing architectural or interior design services or often both.
We are passionate about high quality design regardless of scale. Typical budgets for bespoke homes range from £1m to £15m.
Existing clients have asked to bring our rigorous approach to masterplanning projects. Tresham Garden Village will be built between 2020 and 2030 and will provide new homes for 5000 people.