Opinions, perspectives
& obsessions

We're a mix of urban designers, architects, landscape architects, graphic designers, model makers, film makers, and more. So we’re all an expert at something and a novice at something else. That keeps the conversation flowing and the ideas coming. We have a lot in common, but it’s our differences that make our Studio the intensely social, productive place it is.

Martin Lee

Allotments and Food Strategies

How can food-growing be integrated into neighbourhoods and masterplans?

by Martin Lee
Senior Landscape Architect
Martin Lee

Evaluating the Pathfinder tool

Alongside a discussion of nature-based carbon sequestration

by Martin Lee
Senior Landscape Architect
Deimante Bazyte Isabella West Dominic Ramli-Davies Jarrell Goh


AI everywhere all at once

By Deimante Bazyte, Isabella West, Dominic Ramli-Davies & Jarrell Goh
Eric Bull Heidi Au Yeung James Cook Jarrell Goh

Food For Thought

What is the Future of London's Urban Food Production?

By Eric Bull, Heidi Au Yeung, James Cook & Jarrell Goh
Lucas Lawrence

Well-Worked Life

Our working lives are changing, and so are the places where we work

by Lucas Lawrence
Company Director
Lucas Lawrence Daniel Mahony

Well-Worked Space

Future workspaces that offer more

By Lucas Lawrence & Daniel Mahony
Daniel Mahony Lucas Lawrence

Well-Worked Neighbourhood

A Manifesto for a ‘Well-Worked Neighbourhood’

By Daniel Mahony & Lucas Lawrence
Gwyn Jones

Becoming a Conservation Architect

Gwyn Jones discusses his recent accreditation, a culmination of a career working with existing buildings.

by Gwyn Jones
Senior Architect & Conservation Lead


Examining the role of play in the built environment for all ages.

Tommy Clark

Designing for Health and Wellbeing at Digbeth

We're providing more diversity to building uses as well as community focussed activities within the public realm.

by Tommy Clark
Associate Director
Wei Wen

Food Future

What might the future of our food industry look like?

by Wei Wen
Part II Architectural Assistant

Crafting a Sustainable Community for Digbeth

Creating a strong sense of place