Crich Chase Farm
Crich Chase Farm
Work in progress...
TYPE has been selected for the Don’t Move, Improve! exhibition coming Jan 26th!
TYPE featured in Grand Designs magazine!
TYPE shortlisted for the Wood Awards 2016!
TYPE is an architect’s office based in London. We deliver elegant and unique design solutions based on a rigorous understanding of the clients’ needs and a full appreciation of the context of each project.
Our projects include the refurbishment and extension of existing homes, the creative re-use of commercial buildings and new-build housing developments. We also design bespoke furniture and interiors.
Our services include design and feasibility studies, applications for planning permission, obtaining building costs as well as working with contractors and consultants through the technical design and construction stages.
AADipl.(Hons) ARB RIBA
Sam's recent experience includes working in London as project architect on multiple residential schemes throughout all work stages including responsibility for design, project management, tender documentation, construction drawings and contract administration. He has also worked in Switzerland for Pritzker prize winners Herzog & de Meuron; in India with the Rural Centre for Human Interest through Engineers Without Borders-UK; undertaken an internship in Geneva for the International Federation of the Red Cross; and worked in Cambridge and Geneva for Shelter Centre, an NGO which supports humanitarian shelter operations in response to conflicts and natural disasters.
He graduated with Honours from the Architectural Association in London where he later returned in order to complete his professional training. In addition to being awarded the AA's most prestigious award and receiving a scholarship for his RIBA Part II, his final year project 'Edufactory Docklands' was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal. Sam gained his RIBA Part I after graduating with first class honours from The University of Bath where his final year project was nominated for the RIBA Bronze Medal and won the final year first prize. Sam’s work has been featured in Domus, the Architect’s Journal, Dezeen, Building Design and various AA publications.
MPhil Cantab. (RIBA Part 2)
Tom has experience of architectural practice working at a range of scales, most recently working in London for Satellite Architects, where he was lead designer on several rural development schemes and private housing projects. He has also worked in Switzerland, for Pritzker Prize winners Herzog & de Meuron, where he worked on a number of high profile arts and cultural projects. Tom’s work has been published in the Architect’s Journal and Scroope Journal.
He graduated with distinction from The University of Cambridge having completed his masters in Environmental Design in Architecture (RIBA Part II). His research concerned rural agricultural change and social development. His thesis 'Towards a Multifunctional Rurality' was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal. Tom gained his RIBA Part I after graduating with first class honours from The University of Bath where his final year project was nominated for the RIBA Bronze Medal, and where he was awarded the RIBA Wessex Prize for his student work.
MA Architecture ARB
Ogi has worked both in the field of architecture and construction on a variety of scales and building types. Ogi's recent work spans from being lead designer on an integrated BIM project for Edward Cullinan Architects to experience in the refurbishments of Grade II and II* listed buildings. Ogi's work has been published in the RIBA Journal and BD.
He graduated with a Masters in Architecture from the University of Westminster. His final year thesis entitled 'Augmented Void: Krakow Garden and Crematorium' explored the relationship between ideology and architecture in contemporary cities. Ogi's fluency in Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian enabled him to establish strong links within the region and complete an extensive piece of research on post WWII modernist ideology behind the masterplan of New Belgrade. His project was submitted for the Shoaib Rawat Prize. Ogi gained his RIBA Part 1 with a first class honours from the University of Bath.
MPhil Cantab. (RIBA Part 2)
Matt has a depth of experience that ranges from small house extensions to high-profile public buildings. He began his career working with sensitive historic buildings, conducting surveys and designing alterations for high-profile clients, including the National Trust and the Duchy of Cornwall. Since then he has worked in London for several internationally acclaimed architects, working on commercial and residential schemes.
He graduated from the University of Cambridge with a Masters in Environmental design in Architecture (RIBA Part II). During his time there he collaborated with a leading educational theorist to explore the implications of emerging social, technical and pedagogical change for the architecture of future secondary schools. Becoming expert in the latest environmental modelling software, his research allowed him to develop advanced environmental design strategies for teaching spaces that will be robust to changes in our climate over coming decades. Matt gained his RIBA Part I after graduating with first class honours from The University of Bath.
We are excited by the prospect of working with people that have passion and ambition on projects large and small. If you have a project in mind that you would like to discuss please do not hesitate to contact us at: