Guy Greenfield Architects, London, Building, Devon, English Design Studio, Office
Guy Greenfield : Architecture
Contemporary British Architect Practice, southern England, UK
post updated 3 May 2021 ; 17 Aug 2016
Guy Greenfield – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by this English this architecture practice:
Hammersmith Doctor’s Surgery, west London, southeast England, UK
Date built: 2001
Nautilus Apartments, Westward Ho!, Devon, southwest England, UK
Date built: 2006
Nautilus Apartments consists of 28 apartments and are a mixture of 1 and 2 bed right in the centre of the village. It was the only building in the Devon and Cornwall region to receive an Royal Institute of British Architects Award in 2005.
The crescent plan is based on a nautilus shell and the roof designed to mimic the waves. Each Nautilus Apartment has the floor to ceiling windows with views to Lundy Island and beyond.
More architecture projects by Guy Greenfield online soon
Location: 3-5 Bleeding Heart Yard, London, EC1N 8SJ, southeast England, UK
Architects Practice Information
Architect office based in southern England
Address: 1st Floor
3-5 Bleeding Heart Yard
+44 (0) 207 404 2555
Guy Greenfield Architects was established in 1990
This British architecture practice has won a range of RIBA and other awards, most notably being Stirling Prize finalists in 2001. The design practice is particularly concerned with attention to detail, quality, materials and innovation. Guy was born in Birmingham, West Midlands, in 1959.
He studied building technology at Brunel University, followed by Oxford School of Architecture, England, and Cornel University, USA. He qualified in 1986. Since its inception the architectural practice has worked for on a wide variety of building types in both the UK and overseas.
source: practice website about us page
Hammersmith Doctor’s Surgery – RIBA Award + Stirling Prize finalists : 2001
English Houses Designs
English Residential Architecture
Windward House in Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, South West England
Design: Alison Brooks Architects
photo © Paul Riddle
Windward House, Gloucestershire
A monumental house and living art gallery high above the Wye Valley. The result of a ten-year collaboration, this new house and landscape project celebrates domestic living amongst an extraordinary collection of Indian and African Tribal Art.
Stanyard’s Cottage, Surrey, southeast England
Design: Alter & Company
photograph : Jim Stephenson
Stanyard’s Cottage in Surrey
This English property is a quaint ‘sticks and stones’ cottage which forms the heart of this family home is situated in a grade two listed site and is set within a concealed location, surrounded by scrub and woodlands.
Eden Project, Cornwall
Design: Grimshaw Architects
London Architecture : news + key projects
Comments / photos for the Guy Greenfield Architects page welcome