We specialise in high quality architectural solutions and believe in design quality throughout the design process.
We consciously work on differing building types of varying scales. That diversity has provided the practice with a deep understanding of the building process including a thorough understanding of legislative and technical requirements, and the need to mediate between the imaginative and the prosaic.
Our skills lie in our ability to rigorously research, explore, develop and visualise our proposals. We take care to develop our designs in collaboration with our clients, stakeholders and fellow consultants, and ensure that we communicate our ideas in the most appropriate manner to capture the essence of our ideas. While we use the latest design and modeling technology, we are also renowned for our freehand drawing skills.
As our designs progress, the detail is developed, innovating where appropriate and taking on board industry best practice. We endeavour to ensure that the original aspirations and drivers for the project are realised and developed within the completed building.
Educated at London Metropolitan and Sheffield Universities with a masters degree in Architectural History, Michael has worked with PRP architects, Broadway Malyan, and was a partner at Clarke Phillips Renner.
His experience with a range of building types, work with heritage assets and interest in the pattern of English building informs ongoing projects. A particular shared expertise in assimilating contemporary buildings within historic townscapes has led to award winning work in sensitive locations.
Michael is a member of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and sits on a number of committees connected to the preservation and enhancement of historic buildings.
Following his successful academic training at the University of Brighton, Brendan joined PRP Architects where he developed his interest in housing and sustainable architecture.
Brendan has been instrumental in the design and delivery of a number of award winning projects and has featured in numerous publications.
His wider roles within the practice include mentoring of gap year students and ensuring the implementation of the practice quality system and business procedures, which he has helped develop over the life of the practice.