Norman-Prahm architects was established in 2013 by Tim Norman-Prahm. A RIBA chartered architect, Tim was awarded the Bannister-Fletcher Medal from The Bartlett School of Architecture and previously worked at the award-winning London practices; Adams & Sutherland and David Chipperfield architects.
The studio believes in architecture that unifies place and purpose, embracing traditional and modern building techniques appropriate to each setting, and utilising them to create vital intimate spaces. The studio works in close collaboration with their clients, often beginning the process from the inside out, focusing on how one wants to behave or feel in a space. This allows Norman-Prahm to create buildings and interiors that feel natural to inhabit and maintain practicality. The studio’s work consistently reflects a high level of care and attention to detail at every scale, and has been published in Monocle, Wallpaper*, Grand Designs Magazine and The Times.
Image credits: House in Barnes by Ståle Eriksen (cover and 1-4); Little House on the Quarry (5-8) and House in St John (9-12) by Johnny Barrington.