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
We are delighted to be on this list for conservation and heritage work.
Comment on: ‘First we storm the building, then we take back the asylum’: Allford slams ‘irrelevant’ RIBA
I agree that the institute has become moribund and increasingly removed from both the needs of its members and the inspirational days of its past.
The building should be consolidated as a place of excellence in architectural design and a members venue - NOT a corporate entertainments place. It should be alive as a members resource and a place to stay.
There are simply far too many staff and at this hour of need most are furloughed.
Our institute needs to be much more focused on its core values. Be an institute run chiefly by Architects for Architects,
The new normal might I hope give cause to reflect on the excesses of this institute. An organisation that frankly very few young architects would join if their practices did not pay the fees for them!
Where are the Helplines for advice?, providing members with financial advice and help at this harrowing time ?
The RIBA has truly lost its way ...
This is a Fantastic Concept - as a Yorkshire man i have a slight bias ...however the north would be wonderful!
I can not agree more with this proposal VAT is stupendously high for retrofit and restoration work - especially for listed buildings, which are in fact cultural assets for the nation, maintained at the owners expense.
A great choice adding to the distinguished architectural cannon of Liverpool university both intellectual and built
Architecture schools throughout the country should examine their facilities and ensue they provide inspiring buildings for their future