Competitions are an important dimension of our work where our inspiration is often drawn from a wide range of experiences to form an interpretive metaphor for each project. This translates into a contemporary reading of the site informed through environmental and historical studies. This contextual approach has led to a high number of competition placings and award winning designs.

The gestures within our work are then translated through forms and materials, these create the end user’s experience. This is accentuated through the inclusion of sensory elements such as light, shadow, reflection, sound and scents. Selected entries are listed below.


Godolphin Performing Arts Centre, Salisbury – 1st place
Petersfield Town Centre – 1st place
Phoenix Park, Wolverhampton – 1st place
River Derwent Bridge – 1st place
Winchester Cathedral Visitor Centre – 1st place

07/07 Memorial, Hyde Park – 2nd place
The Camber, Portsmouth’s Historic Harbour – 2nd place
Charles Darwin Visitor Centre – 2nd place

Armed Forces Memorial Project – finalist
Avalon 2000, Glastonbury Visitor Centre – finalist
Avenham Park Pavilion – finalist
De La Warr Pavilion, public realm – finalist
Hastings Maritime Visitor Centre – finalist
Hengitsbury Head, Dorset, Education and Visitor Centre – finalist
Lost Trawlermen Memorial, Hull – finalist
Mersey Observatory Tower – finalist
Sarum 2000 Millenium Competition – finalist
Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre – finalist
Slough High Street – finalist
Springfields Hospital – finalist
Stonehenge Visitor Centre – finalist
Westminster Cathedral – finalist


Haute Vallee Community Education Campus – 1st place
Hongqiao Urban Masterplan – 1st place
Jersey College for Girls, St Helier, Jersey – 1st place

Berlin International Garden Competition – 2nd place

Dublin Town Centre – finalist
International Conference Centre, Antalya, Turkey – finalist
International School, Breman, Germany – finalist
International School, Luxembourg – finalist