6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT


020 7357 8788




Richard Griffiths Architects helps its clients to give new life to old buildings, conserving them to reveal the heritage of the past, adapting them to enrich the present, and improving them to provide a sustainable future. The practice has established a leading reputation for the repair and creative adaptation of historic buildings to accommodate new or extended uses, and for the design of new buildings that respond sensitively to their historic context.

The practice has carried out award-winning projects to historic houses (Sutton House, Burghley), public buildings (Clissold House, Eastbury Manor), schools (Bedales, Brighton College), churches and cathedrals (Southwark, St Albans), as well as major renewal projects to derelict buildings (London Dock, St Pancras Hotel). It has also acted as heritage consultants advising on the creative juxtaposition of historic and new buildings in run-down inner urban areas (Oxford Castle and the Kings Cross Regent Quarter).

In all its work, Richard Griffiths Architects remains true to the creation of a timeless architecture, in which style derives from materials, use and construction rather than from the whims of fashion.

Richard Griffiths’ book Old Buildings, New Architecture can be purchased from the company website.

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