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: Revealed: Winners of RIAS Awards 2015
West Burn Lane, St Andrews by Sutherland Hussey Harris - great news well done ! and a beautiful project
Comment on: Eric Parry wins next phase of Chelsea Barracks
Great news a scheme is now being built with quality spaces and places that the general public and residents can enjoy with a scale massing and design of the highest quality.
Architecture really needs a powerful force as our economy grows so should the quality of our built environment the next ten years should be a wonderful flowering of architectural talent under this government. Architects are long down the food chain and can only influence small amounts in the process of building places and spaces for people in our cities. Mr Lewis should seize this mantel with the knowledge that he can actually make things happen. 'We shape our buildings thereafter they shape us' should be written above his desk and read daily! Let us make a ten year plan together....
British architecture is on a high all are very good architects it will be a very tough challenge to make the final call
I think this is great news and hopefully a sign of continued architectural patronage at the V&A which has set great standards with its recent projects and initiatives