We believe that cities are the product of relationships. Relationships between people but also between people, physical things, economics, culture, and power. This underlies our approach to the design of places which aims to create socially engaged environments and situations.  From intimate encounters to collective, shared spaces, place is made up of many scales and modes of encounter.

Clients include Croydon Council and U+I


We bring our understanding of space, relationships, use and experience to the development of strategies. These range from spatial planning, brief development with clients and organisational design.

Clients include U+I, the V&A, the Science Museum and the Architectural Association.


We make projects that contribute to the culture of places. Our work crosses disciplines of public art and urban design to develop projects we call social sculptures. These are projects that respond to context and use, which are also expressive and striking.

Selected Projects