Central London, Spitalfields
Since establishing Chris Dyson Architects in 2004, Chris has worked on a variety of projects. The practice has built a fine reputation for working in conservation areas on historic and listed buildings. The practice prides itself on a very high degree of attention to detail and a flair for innovative and modern design, applying design intelligence to every project.
In 2104 chris established a partnership with Gideon Purser and Mathew Witts, both former long term associates in the practice. Harry whittaker now heads up a small studio in Bath.
Chris has also collaborated with Sir Terry Farrell, James Stirling and Michael Wilford on numerous high profile projects since completing his studies at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow, with a particular interest in striking and original design concepts with particular care given to function, culture and environmental issues. Chris lives and works in Spitalfields central London, where his practice also works on the conservation an
Comment on: Study makes case for £88m east London crossing
At first glance this is an elegant an beautiful scheme, more of these bridges in the east end will indeed really help our congested road network and ease the flow of people whether by foot cycle or car...as movement particularly by car becomes increasingly challenging in central London. We must urge our mayor to continue the good work of the GLA transport department to tackle these issues in a comprehensive and holistic way.
Comment on: Hart Street House by Richard Murphy Architects
Divine detailing and attention to detail, here you can see the various enthusiasms shine through a delight full of surprises
Moving The Cass from the East End will be hugely damaging to our community - there are artists and architects who live and work in The Cass and contribute tot he local community and economy here which is one of the ‘most diverse in Britain. I speak from personal experience both as an employer of students from The Cass and my daughter who is studying fine art at The Cass. The Cass is a local institution which has grown in respect and importance over many years. The Cass is as important as any and selling the land for development will not and cannot replace that. We must value and cherish our children's futures providing education within a community is the best thing we can do. I deplore this quick turn for profit Aldgate will suffer it is already looking like a very poorly planned jungle of a place.
Great news inspiring work from a great practise - well done SHH
ARCHITECTS LEADING is a very poignant statement - I often think there is so much more we can achieve if we worked cohesively as a profession at many levels. One major cultural shift would be supporting and championing the Art of good design and the necessary recompense that pay for it - no one else will do it for us!