Founded in 2013, the South London-based Darren Oldfield Architects designs and delivers bespoke, carefully crafted buildings that are responsive to the needs and budget of their clients, whilst also remaining considerate to the project’s environment and context. This award-winning Practice works with a spectrum of clients, from private homeowners and small businesses to large-scale developers.
Darren Oldfield Architects hold three key design principles at their core – natural light, volume and space – and are committed to keeping quality of life and wellbeing in focus throughout their designs, even in the most constricted of conditions. Sustainability is also a primary pillar for the Practice, from their choice of construction materials to the long-term energy efficiency of the final building itself.
For Darren Oldfield Architects, good architecture is a collaborative process, shaped by the positive relationships between clients, consultants and contractors.
All images by Guy Lockwood Photography.
David Nossiter is known for his authentic yet spatially complex contemporary architecture, working from an approach that incorporates the needs of the client, the topography of the landscape and the orientation of the site as equal and foremost considerations. David’s work ranges from rural barn conversions to urban new builds – all designed in his London studio.
David Nossiter Architects’ portfolio includes the award-winning Church Hill Barn – a listed, dilapidated barn complex that was transformed into a strikingly unique home, making dramatic use of the building’s original features and proving that “cathedral like spaces can be made liveable” (The Sunday Times).
All images by Steve Lancefield for David Nossiter Architects.