PROFILE

Studio Egret West was established in November 2004 by Christophe Egret and David West with a shared vision: To offer strategy with architectural specificity; and specificity within an overall strategy. Not just what lies within an introvert red line boundary. Architecture is too often seen in isolation from its urban context. Planning is too often seen as soulless, unspecific proposals that gather dust on shelves. We believe that the way forward is the osmosis between planning and architecture.

Studio Egret West is just this. We follow no formula and no recipe. Not just architecture by architects and not just planning by planners. 50/50 Architecture/Urban Design with the public realm prioritized as the foundation of sustainable communities.

Our studio in London offers a unique working environment; a mixture of sketching, painting, modelling, music, food and humour. We are a growing practice of international architects, urban designers and landscape architects with diverse interests and skills. We are approachable. We promise no lectures. No superiority and no pretensions. Just high ambitions, clarity of thinking and imagination in abundance.

Studio Egret West is about energy, courage, exploring the less trodden path and an understanding that to make real change you have to challenge convention. We are constantly looking for people and places that share our ambitions and want to work with us.

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TEAM

Christophe
Egret

ArrowChristophe is an anglo-french architect who was brought up in Paris before moving in 1979 to London where he now lives and works. He studied at the Architectural Association, London, where he gained his architectural diploma in 1986. His formative years were spent working in a variety of London practices which included Foster and Partners, Ian Ritchie, Troughton McAslan, Branson Coates and Ron Arad Architects.

In 1995 he joined Will Alsop’s practice, Alsop and Stormer, where he worked for 10 years as a director, managing, amongst others, the Peckham Library (winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2000), the Blizzard Building for the Queen Mary Research laboratory in Whitechapel, the winning design for the Fourth Grace in Liverpool and the Manchester Millennium Village framework plan.

In 2004, Christophe established and co-founded the architectural, landscape and urban design practice, Studio Egret West, with urban designer partner David West.

Christophe aims to convey his vision through his sketches and paintings, looking whenever possible to root a new design within an existing context. His approach tends to favour evolving aggregated forms over finite monoliths, reflecting the belief that buildings should remain easily adaptable.

He is a frequent lecturer in architectural matters on subjects including residential developments and sustainable communities. He is a visiting lecturer and critic at many universities in the UK and abroad. He also sits on member advisory boards including CABE and the RIBA Trust.

David
West

ArrowDavid is a Planner and Urban Designer specialising in Urban Visions and Strategic Framework plans. Since graduating from Manchester University/TUDelft, Holland, David’s experience has been diverse and world wide. Previously at Alsop, he established and directed the ‘BIG Architecture’ group which formulated a series of radical urban strategies that genuinely challenged conventional or ingrained thinking about places. Early work at Alsop included the planning aspects of the Rotterdam Centraal Masterplan and the Strategic Urban Design Frameworks for New Cross Gate, Lewisham and Leicester. Then lifestyle orientated, mixed use schemes for New Islington (Manchester Millennium Village), currently on site. More recently he was the project director of the multi layered Bradford Centre Regeneration Masterplan (from 16*16km, to 8*8km to 2*2km), The Northampton Cultural Mile Initiative and the Strategic Framework Plans for both Walsall Waterfront and the 250 acre Middlehaven Docks, Middlesbrough. Prior to working at Alsop, David worked for Atkins on numerous projects including a 270km Tourism/Coastal Development Strategy for Shenzhen, China; a conceptual masterplan for a 500,000 inhabitant Saadiyat Maritime City in Abu Dhabi; and the Bahian Settlement Guide in Brazil.

Having set up Studio Egret West with Christophe Egret in 2004, David has led the practice’s work to create a new sustainable community around Middlehaven Docks in Middlesbrough; conceptualised a 1 million sqm masterplan for St Petersburg Railway Lands; masterplanned Nottingham Science Park, and the strategic framework plans for Maze Long Kesh in Belfast; South Shields Riverside and the Queen Mary College Campuses. In addition he was responsible for the A1 Corridor to Community Project for LB of Islington; a borough wide public realm strategy.

David sits on the CABE London 2012 Design Review Panel.

Lucas
Lawrence

ArrowLucas is an associate director in the studio. In the six years at the studio he has led an array of large scale projects ranging from urban design to single architectural schemes. These include a variety of mixed use developments incorporating, housing, office spaces, healthcare, libraries and leisure centres. Recently Lucas has led the detailed planning application for 140 new homes in a £35m mixed use scheme in London called Clapham One and is currently leading the construction of Park Hill which includes 400 new homes along with extensive landscape and commercial spaces.

Lucas has a keen interest and role to play in the future architecture of the UK, demonstrated in wide ranging experience of developing housing typologies that are specific to individual briefs. This includes meeting challenges of high density family housing (at Holt Town, Manchester), creating exciting new apartments for inner city sites to bring new ideas to the market, and responding to the sensitivities of the future suburbia.

Lucas has a keen interest in the construction process and enjoys the challenge of realising innovative designs and complex uses of materials. Lucas is currently leading the post planning phases of over 600 homes in various projects and mixed use developments.

Prior to joining the studio Lucas worked mainly in smaller architectural practices, His major projects included a $6m art gallery in the USA where he was responsible for the construction of this high quality building. When the building was completed Lucas motorcycled from Tokyo to London on a trip that crossed half the globe, he now claims to be the first person ever to cross Siberia on a motorcycle...

James
Hampton

ArrowJames is an associate director architect. Prior to joining the studio in 2006, James worked for Alsop Architects where he was part of the BIG Architecture team developing the Manchester Millennium Village as well as working on the Liverpool Fourth Grace scheme.

He is the Project Architect of the Park Hill project, Sheffield, which is Europe's largest listed structure and is one of English Heritage's ‘20 Best Heritage-Led Developments’. He has been involved in the project since its inception, through the planning stages and is currently working on the project on site. Which is due to be completed in 2011. The project aims to regenerate what had become one of Britain's most disliked housing estates through imaginative interventions and intelligent use of colour and materials.

In the Studio, he has also been involved in the competition winning Sail project, in West Kirby and the Transporter Building, which is part of the Middlehaven Masterplan.

James is a graduate of the Bartlett School of Architecture, where he gained a distinction for his final year diploma project (date). The proposal was for a school situated in Venice, constructed using traditional vernacular wood carving techniques from reclaimed and locally grown timber.

James is also a tutor of architectural computer design at University College London. Where he teaches computer design techniques to degree students.

Vincent
Lin

ArrowVincent is an Associate Architect specialising in mixed-use developments, transport and infrastructure, sports facilities, and urban design. Prior to joining Studio Egret West, Vincent worked at Alsop Architects for 7 years, where he first met Christophe and David.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2011, Vincent has continued to lead a diverse range of projects. His first project was the winning competition scheme for the Cluster of Spires development, a landmark building that combines a uniquely community based brief at a prominent location in central London. He has also ran Cambridge Sporting Village & Community Stadium, an 8,000 seat stadium for Cambridge United with an indoor training hall and additional accommodation for Anglia Ruskin University and an elite athletes physiotherapy, strength and conditioning facility.

Recently, Vincent has successfully delivered the Urban Design Framework for Millharbour Village, a 3.6 hectare master plan including 2600 homes, two new schools, local shops, cafes, and restaurants, and two generous open public spaces. He is now leading this scheme comprising of six high-rise buildings to planning stage.

In addition to his architectural role, he is charged with international business development to capitalise on SEW’s award-winning portfolio.

Vincent is also a guest design critic at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and University of Nottingham.

Cecilia
Lindstrom

ArrowCecilia is a planner and urban designer with 5 years post graduate working experience who trained as an architect before coming to London to study at the Bartlett, UCL, where she graduated with a distinction in 2006.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2007, Cecilia has been involved in a wide range of mixed-use schemes and public realm projects:
Most recently, she has been focusing on the Outline Planning Application for Surrey Canal – London’s Sporting Village in North Lewisham, proposing a comprehensive new mixed-use neighbourhood of up to 2,500 homes and a range of communal and commercial elements, based around a new regional centre of sporting excellence.

She was the design team project manager for the Stratford Town Centre Public Realm Project, delivering a series of public realm interventions (including a 450metre long kinetic sculpture) to regenerate and consolidate Stratford Island in time for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Cecilia was also involved in the Outline Planning Application for the 35 Ha South Shields Riverside Framework Plan, including the design of the 10 Ha New Shore Park, featuring walkways, viewing platforms overlooking the River Tyne, and outdoor activity areas and event spaces.

She has also made conceptual masterplans for six new districts of an expanded city region in Langfang, China, worked on Phase 2 and 3 of the Greater Middlehaven Project in Middlesbrough including a 30 Ha public realm strategy, developed an urban design strategy for the renewal of a postwar estate in Royal Tunbridge Wells, and produced a framework plan for a new eco development in Northern Ireland comprising 350 homes, a series of commercial and cultural/heritage elements, and a renewed public realm.

Tom
Sudhoff

ArrowTom is a landscape architect with ten years experience in a wide variety of landscape related projects. Since joining SEW in 2009, he has led the landscape design team providing a unique service in the studio.In the past, Tom worked at Martha Schwartz Partners with creative designers to implement imaginative landscapes and works to ensure that the same ethos continues for Studio Egret West.

Tom’s key project has been the Tolworth Greenway Scheme where a design competition presented a visually congested, car dominated environment where the A3 corridor separates the high street from the train station. Tom’s winning colourful bold design using bright green resin bound gravel has recently been completed: removing the pedestrian barriers, creating a central greenway where people can cross freely and then a bridge to cross the roundabout easier.

Tom has a Bachelor’s degree in landscape architecture [Hons] from Ball State University, Indiana.

Gemma
Noakes

ArrowGemma is an Architect with 7 years experience in a wide variety of architecture and masterplanning related projects. She joined Studio Egret West in 2009, since joining she has lead and been part of a team on a variety of projects, from large scale masterplans to small scale bespoke developments. Some of the key projects she has been involved with at SEW have included; the design for a new business centre in Bostwana, Africa, the development for a new bridge at East Croydon station and a planning application for a new science park and private hospital building in Birmingham.

Gemma’s most recent project has been leading a team for the detail design and construction for the award winning Clapham One building. It is a mixed use building housing 143 flats, a large healthcare centre and new public library. Her particular focus has been on the innovative library, formed from a continuous ramp of learning, where all the rooms are accessed from the main spiral. Clapham Library was completed in June 2012.

Prior to joining Studio Egret West Gemma graduated with a commendation from the Bartlett School of Architecture. She previously worked at Peter Barber Architects for 2 years working on numerous award winning housing projects, the largest being Tanner Street Gateway, a 150 unit street based housing scheme in Barking in East London, where she saw the project through to completion. She then worked for Rick Mather Architects as a key member of the design team for a large sustainable redevelopment of central Milton Keynes.

Stefan
Shaw

ArrowStefan is an architect with experience in a wide variety of projects across the UK. In the four years since joining Studio Egret West, he has worked on developments at a variety of scales including: The regeneration of Park Hill; Europe’s largest listed building, and one of English Heritages 20 Best Heritage-led developments. Having been involved in the project since the planning stage, he is currently on site, with the project due for completion early 2013. The design of a £21m footbridge as part of phase one of the East Croydon Masterplan. East Croydon station is the second busiest interchange station in the UK (behind Clapham Junction) and the eighth most used station in the UK. Large scale housing developments in Gateshead and Goresbrook Village, smaller scale public art schemes such as the Stratford Shoal, as well as competitions in London, Moscow Istanbul and Vancouver.

Stefan graduated with distinction from the University Of Manchester School Of Architecture in 2009 receiving international student awards for his thesis project ‘Bio-City’ a high rise mixed use development, concentrated around the closed loop production of bio fuel within the buildings photo-synthetic façade.

With a keen interest in the future of urban development both within and outside the UK stefan enjoys developing housing typologies specific to individual briefs, while meeting the challenges of high density urban life. Prior to joining the studio Stefan worked in small architectural practices, with major works concentrated around the  design of a £14m Healthcare centre in Widness as part of the LIFT North West Development Scheme, where he was responsible for the construction of the cladding system and internal fit-out.

While not in the studio, Stefan can normally be found trying to learn Spanish, or cycling, swimming and running as he has a keen interest in triathlon.

Brian
Mallon

ArrowBrian is an architect with over 5 years experience working on a wide range of projects. He joined SEW in 2011 and has since worked on a variety of projects at both an architectural and urban scale including the winning Masterplan for Sittingbourne Town Centre, the design of 132 residential units in Hayes and masterplan for a 1,500,000 sqft mixed use development of the former EMI Headquarters now known as The Old Vinyl Factory. He has also worked on a number  of smaller architectural projects such as the Movement Community Centre in Greenwich which was completed in October 2013.

Brian moved to London to pursue his interest in urban design in 2009 where he studied Urban Design at the University of East London, graduating with a distinction for his masters. His thesis focused on the Islamic city of Marrakech where he explored the relationship between the urban form of the city and the surrounding hinterland to create a sustainable model for urban expansion in an arid climate.

Prior to moving to London Brian worked for two and half years in Ireland. Upon graduating he began working for HKR Architects. He worked on a variety of medium and large scale projects in both Ireland and Eastern Europe. He then worked for Eco2 Architects where he worked on the design of a number of low energy private houses. Brian graduated with his Part 2 from University College Dublin in 2007, part of which included a year studying at the Hochshule Liechtenstein.

Allie
Piehn

ArrowAllie is an architectural assistant and designer specialising in mixed-use developments, transport and infrastructure, education, exhibition, and master planning.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2011, her projects have focused on high density urban mixed use developments. These include the Old Vinyl Factory in London (masterplan and outline planning submission for 500+ homes, workspace, retail, restaurants, museum, energy centre/hall, and active public realm), Canning Town’s Caxton St (300+ homes and creative workshops), the No.1 National Shipyard in Wales (winning competition for extension of the Welsh Costal Path, foundation centre, and 500+ homes), RIBA’s Regent Street Windows Project for Folli Follie, and various competitions/feasibility studies for projects across the UK, Cyprus and Turkey.

Previously, she worked as an engineer for the biopharmaceutical Amgen, running front end planning of process flow facilities, plant expansion, and research/manufacturing centres across California, Puerto Rico, and Ireland. Post-biotech, she worked for California based AkarStudios, where she focused on the interior developments of La Guardia, O’Hare, Sacramento, and McCarran international airports, hotel retrofit, and restaurant/retail design. Aside she has consulted for the digital animation studio Unit 9 in Italy, competition bids with Andrew Porter and Christine Hawley in London, architectural narration with Curt Illingworth Architects, and various design build construction packages/projects in Central America.

Allie completed her Masters of Architecture at the University College London with a thesis on methods of design realization. She received her Bachelors of Architecture at the California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo and California State University of Florence, Italy with a thesis on architectural and envelope use of tensegrity structures.

Richard
Holland

ArrowRichard is an architect with 4 years experience in a wide variety of architectural and masterplanning projects. He joined Studio Egret West in 2010 and has worked on projects at a variety of scales including: an outline planning application at Surrey Canal for the development of 2,500 homes, commercial, retail and sporting amenities around the existing Millwall FC stadium in southeast London; a strategic transport interchange and public realm study for the new Custom House Crossrail station in east London; detailed design and planning submission for a 130 room hotel near Bromley South station; as well as competitions in London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Moscow, Nicosia and Vancouver.

Richard graduated with distinction from the University Of Sheffield School Of Architecture in 2009 and received an RIBA medal for his thesis project ‘The State of the North Sea’. He previously worked at E.R.A. Architects in Toronto, Canada, working on large scale heritage projects including Transformation AGO alongside Gehry International, and a heritage planning study for the 58 storey L Tower development by Studio Daniel Libeskind. He has also previously worked at Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects in London on the construction package for a 64 unit housing development in Hampstead, North London.

Peter
Croft

ArrowPeter is an urban designer, he joined Studio Egret West in 2012 and is currently working on a masterplan for 4,000 homes in south London. Prior to SEW Peter worked at Rivington Street Studio on projects for City University and London South Bank University.

Peter has trained as an architect but followed his undergraduate studies with an MA in Urban Design at the University of East London. His thesis, a design project based in Marrakech, detailed an attempt to stitch together disparate urban forms using a new housing typology that drew on common aspects of the surrounding city.

Alongside his Part II at London Metropolitan University, Peter also studied MA Spatial Planning and Urban Design. The course was jointly run with Design for London with the aim of 'reviving the notion of the planner-architect.' His thesis explored effective methods of proposition and response in major infrastructure projects.

Barry
Wark

ArrowBarry is an architectural assistant who joined Studio Egret West in 2013, he is currently working on a variety of scales within the practice from the human scale through to masterplans.

Prior to joining Studio Egret West , Barry worked for Squire and Partners where he completed a diverse range of successful competition bids and planning applications. These included the 350 room, Art’Otel in Hoxton which encompassed a range of gallery spaces and pubic amenity; a residential masterplan for Kranj, Slovenia and a new mixed use building on George Square, Glasgow. In addition to this, he also has significant experience in detailed design for construction gained whilst working on several exciting buildings across London and beyond.

Barry completed his undergraduate at Strathclyde University and his masters degree at the Bartlett, UCL. Whilst studying there, he received the Leverhulme Award for digital craft in 2 consecutive years. His studies focussed on the utilisation of digital design and fabrication tools towards the creation of heightened materiality within architecture beyond analogue means.

David
Grant

ArrowDavid is a model maker from the Wimbledon School of Art with 28 years experience working in architecture, film & television, product prototypes, display and exhibition and theatre.

His extensive experience of architectural model making includes projects with Fosters, ALSOP, Zaha Hadid, Aedas, David Adjaye Associates and Hawkin Brown. David's intuitive ability to grasp project briefs, his wealth of expertise with a wide variety of materials and new technology and his passion for photography have seen him become an integral member of Studio Egret West.

Since joining the studio, David has worked on a diverse range of high profile projects including the Stratford Town Centre Public Realm where his work has been essential in developing and materializing the artistic and creative potential of the Studio's design process as well extensively used in client and community consultations.

An ongoing project of David is the expansion of the model making facilities at Studio Egret West.

Theo
Petrohilos

ArrowTheo is an architectual assistant and designer with the concern to create architectures and environments that stimulate and intrigue their inhabitants, He joined Studio Egret West in early October 2012, and has already worked on a number of bids at the micro and macro scale, working closely with clients to create exciting schemes.

He has previously worked at Alsop architects, working on mixed-use and transport and infrastructure projects in the UK, Canada, Germany and Vietnam, including a bid for a park development above Union Station in Dubai which interwove landscape with museums, offices, retail and the station below. He worked on the CA$150 million Finch West underground Station and bus terminal in Toronto. Incorporating sculptural elements texture and colour the scheme vibrantly engaged the streetscape above and the subterranean environment of the Spadina line extension in collaboration with artist Bruce Maclean. He has also worked on the De Vere Gardens residential development for David Chipperfield Architects and worked since he was seventeen at Make Architects. 

Theo studied for his undergraduate and masters degree in architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, graduating in 2012. His satirical thesis project provided the Wall Street headquarters for a speculative financial company that buys and sells the air above New York. 

Theo is also a Jazz musician and cartoonist.

Lucy
Head

ArrowLucy is as an Architectural Assistant and joined Studio Egret West in October 2012 working on feasibility/concept design projects. Prior to joining SEW Lucy worked for Featherstone Young. Over a period of three years, she worked on a range of projects; from one off private residential homes, to public arts buildings and an advertising agency, many of which required a high level of bespoke design, and allowed her to gain valuable site experience.

After completing her Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Brighton in 2008, Lucy went on to complete her Masters of Architecture at the University of Westminster in 2012.  Her design thesis focused on (re)adjusted territories in Marseille, creating a municipal scheme to choreograph the interplay of the cities functions and characters. Her dissertation focused on the regeneration of the Heygate Estate in South East London and led to a deepened interest in the future of social housing and the role that architecture and urban design can play in this.

Cristina
Pinho

Arrow

Cristina is an Architectural Assistant who joined Studio Egret West in June 2013. 

Cristina completed her Masters of Architecture at the University of Oporto, Portugal, in 2011, having studied for one year in TUDelft, the Netherlands. Her final thesis focused on the social concerns implicit in the design process and method of renowned architects such as Álvaro Siza and Rem Koolhaas.

Before joining SEW, Cristina was part of the first team of Arrebita! Porto – a volunteer project which goal is to renovate old houses of the historical center of Oporto by creating collaborative protocols between academics, students and other professionals. This contributed for a better understanding of the social role of architects and their importance in the future of every community.

During her internship period Cristina worked in Adalberto Dias Arquiteto Lda office and in DRCN, where she worked in renovation projects of monuments classified as National Heritage. Later on, she worked in AJAK Oy, in Helsinki, where she collaborated in different urban planning projects and competitions. This allowed her to work in a bigger scale and start to understand the intricacies of the relation between architecture and planning.

Lauren 
Bennett

Arrow

Lauren is as an Architectural Assistant who joined Studio Egret West in May 2013. Prior to joining SEW, Lauren spent six months living and working in Amsterdam. Fascinated by the Dutch innovative approach to residential design, she spent her time working on a series of residential projects for private clients.

After completing her Bachelors at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Lauren went on to work in Murphy Philipps Architects in London, where she worked on a range of projects from a rooftop restaurant in Clerkenwell, to a maternity unit in Newham.

During this time she gained much understanding in highly detailed design and site experience. She completed her Part II studies at London South Bank University. Her design thesis focused on the development of a new idea of home in a transient urban environment and led to a greater interest in the future of residential design. With a focus on creating an architecture which responds to its social and physical context, she aims to design detailed spaces which innovatively fulfil the user’s needs.


Alisan
Dockerty

ArrowAlisan is an Architectural Assistant with 3 years of experience. She joined Studio Egret West in 2013, and is currently working on a range of projects varying from small scale housing developments to high-density, mixed-use residential schemes.

Alisan previously worked at the Fairhurst Design Group in Manchester, where she worked on the design stages of two science parks and higher education buildings. Later, she joined Michaelis Boyd Associates where over a period of 2 years, she worked on a number of high-end residential projects and restaurants. During this time she gained experience covering the all design stages from inception to construction.

Alisan graduated from her Part II with a Distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture. Her design thesis focused on the environmental decline of the Kissimmee River and its surrounding habitats in Florida. Sustainable architectural interventions of both master plan and detailed design scale were explored to aid river restoration whilst creating a new waterfront resort for tourists. This project allowed her to work at urban design scale, develop an understanding of sustainable technologies and how they can be integrated into the built environment.

Duncan
Paybody

ArrowDuncan is a Landscape Architect with over 7 years experience. His portfolio of projects ranges from design interventions in sensitive rural environments to city centre public realm design and detail, education projects, private gardens and residential masterplans.

Prior to starting at SEW Duncan worked at Planit Landscape Architects in Manchester and was Project Landscape Architect on the award winning Brockhole Jetty. In 2011 he moved South to pioneer Planit's London Studio delivering their first London project, a new piece of public realm in the heart of Hammersmith.

Duncan has a Landscape Architecture with Planning BA (hons) degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture from Sheffield University.

Anna
Roper

ArrowAnna is a Part I Architectural Assistant who joined Studio Egret West in August 2012 after graduating from Manchester School of Architecture.

Since joining the studio she has gained experience on a range of projects, in particular mixed-use residential led schemes, and works from concept design and master planning scale to more detailed design. At university her projects focused on themes such as the experience of the city, possible urban futures, hybrid building types and the reuse and re-appropriation of materials. This research culminated in her final year project, a textiles recycling production line including a cotton paper plant, live/work artists’ studios and a market. In autumn 2013 Anna took a break from the studio to volunteer full-time for the charity Raleigh International in Tanzania for three months. She was part of a Water and Sanitation project promoting safe sanitation practices in rural communities.

Ilia
Mouline

ArrowIlia is our IT manager.

Pauline
Williams

ArrowPauline is our Operations Manager with 7 years experience working in an architectural environment. Since joining SEW Pauline has been responsible for the management of SEW’s operations which encompasses HR/ personnel management, bid co-ordination, office management, marketing administration and events management.

Previously, Pauline worked at Zaha Hadid Architects, supporting the then 120 staff and being the first point of contact for IT support; implementation of the archive system and gained inceptive experience as a HR Administrator. Pauline’s ambition at SEW is to provide, promote and sustain an outstanding working environment for our employees and clients.

Nikki
Osborne

ArrowNikki moved to London in 2012 to join Studio Egret West as the in house Graphic Designer. She has responsibility for the production of all Studio Egret West publications and reports. She also gets involved in establishing brands and communication strategies for projects and places. Recent work includes preparing the consultation materials and identity for Millharbour Village, the documentation for the transformation of the Aylesbury Estate and the overarching brand for the No.1 National Shipyard in Chepstow.

After graduating from Kingston University with a Graphic Design degree, Nikki worked in Sri Lanka teaching at various schools around the country. After returning, she went on to work at Planit Landscape Architects in Manchester as the in-house graphic designer.

Sally
Wallace

ArroSally is our accounts manager.

CLIENTS

             

AWARDS

2013

RIBA Awards:

park hill sheffield:

  • Phase 1A Redevelopment RIBA National Awards 2013
  • Phase 1A Redevelopment Yorkshire Awards 2013
  • Phase 1A Redevelopment Yorkshire Conservation Awards 2013

Sunday Times British Homes Award:

THE FOLD:

  • Commended Best Apartment Building

RIBA Stirling Prize 2013:

Park Hill:

  • Shortlisted RIBA Stirling Prize 2013

RESI Awards 2013:

Clapham One:

  • Winner Development of the Year 2013

Civic Trust Awards 2013:

The Library Building, Clapham One:

  • Winner Architectural and Built Environment Scheme Award

Local Government Chronicle 2013:

Evolution Gateshead:

  • Winner Best Public Private Partnership Award

2012

Sunday Times British Homes Award:

The Library Building, Clapham One:

  • Winner Best Apartment Building

Park Hill Sheffield:

  • Winner Best Conversion, Restoration or Refurbishment

Studio Egret West:

  • Winner Architect of the Year

Green Apple Award:

Park Hill Sheffield:

  • Winner The Gold Award

New London Architecture:

Clapham One:

  • Winner Best Community & Culture

East Croydon Masterplan:

  • Winner Best Masterplan

Housing Design Awards:

The Gatefold Building:

  • Winner Scheme Project

Building Design AYA Award:

Studio Egret West:

  • Finalist for Masterplanning Architect of the Year
  • Finalist for Public Building Architect of the Year
  • Finalist for Public Realm Architect of the Year

2011

UK Property Awards:

Clapham One:

  • Winner Best Mixed Used Scheme
  • Winner Best Public Service Scheme

London Planning Awards:

Surrey Canal, London's Sporting Village:

  • Shortlisted Best Conceptual Project

World Architecture Festival Awards:

Park Hill:

  • Shortlisted Best Residential Project

Stratford Shoal:

  • Shortlisted Best Landscape Project

Building Design AYA Award:

Studio egret west:

  • Shortlisted for Masterplanning Architect of the Year

Daily Telegraph British Homes Awards 2011:

Clapham One, The Library Building:

  • Winner Housing Project of the Year 2011

2010

Building Design AYA Award:

Studio egret west:

  • Shortlisted for Masterplanning Architect of the Year

Housing Design Awards:

Clapham One, The Library Building:

  • Winner Scheme Project

Retrofit Awards:

Park Hill:

  • Winner Future Project

London Planning Awards:

Ponders End Framework for Change:

  • Winner Best Conceptual Project

2009

Building Design AYA Award:

Studio egret west:

  • Shortlisted for Masterplanning Architect of the Year

Nottingham Evening Post Awards:

No.1 Nottingham science park:

  • Winner Design Excellence

Nottingham Civic Society Commendation Awards:

No.1 Nottingham science park:

  • Winner Design Commendation

 2008

Nottingham Civic Society Commendation Awards:

No.1 Nottingham science park:

  • Winner Design Commendation

Midlands Property Awards:

No.1 Nottingham science park:

  • Winner Design-Led Project of the Year
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