Graham has specialised in bespoke residential architecture for the last 20 years in southwest and central London, including many successful and award winning projects in Barnes, Kensington, Chelsea, Belgravia and Notting Hill. His work has included the design of high specification houses, extensions, refurbishments and furniture, working both with private clients and developers.
Graham has a passion and drive for innovative, sustainable, beautiful spaces, carving light into unexpected places in buildings, and resulting in the most uplifting spaces which suit modern family life perfectly.
Claire spent ten years at award-winning practice DSDHA, where she was one of just three Directors, and was in charge of many significant residential and education buildings, including the Stirling-Prize shortlisted Christ’s College in Guildford. Claire also delivered bespoke residences including a private estate in Berkshire and a house in Kensington Palace Gardens, as well as proposals for larger residential developments. She was also previously a Project Architect at Michael Squire & Partners and John Lyall Architects.
Like Graham, Claire is also passionate about design and attention to detail, as well as maximising the opportunities of a given site and providing wonderful spaces focused on individual briefs and people’s needs.
Claire has spoken at several conferences on design quality, has been a judge of several architectural awards, acts as a guest critic at various schools of architecture, as well as serving on Newham and Lewisham’s respective Design Panels. She is also currently external examiner at Westminister University MA in Interior Design Course.