Our philosophy is one of contemporary contextualism. Taking references from a site’s history and surroundings, we develop a unique language and narrative for each project that combines its context with our contemporary approach to design, producing a fresh and site-specific solution. Working mostly in London and the South East we are fascinated by the area's rich history and the challenges that this brings.

TM Architects offers a collaborative and pro-active approach to award-winning architecture and urban design. Founded and run by women, we offer a different perspective to the challenge of delivering quality contemporary townscapes based on listening to our clients, understanding their requirements and working closely with them to produce the optimum design solution. Combining our approach with our skill, detailed knowledge and experience of the planning, technical and legislative environment, we produce an architecture that is distinctive, affordable and enjoyable.

 

 

Recent Awards

2013 Sunday Times British Homes Awards

Kingsland Wharves - Landscape Institute Commendation

2012 Evening Standard Homes & Property Awards

Kingsland Wharves - Shortlisted in 2 categories for Best Large Development & Best Waterside Development

2012 Harrow Heritage Trust Architectural Awards

Ewart and Abigail House - Commendation

2011 Mayor of London/RTPI Planning Awards

Ewart and Abigail House - ‘Best New Place to Live in London

2011 First Time Buyer Award

Abigail House - winner Diversity Outreach category

2009 Camden Building Quality Awards

Camden Rd and Leverton St - Short listed for General refurbishment

2008 LB Haringey Design Award

Sakura Drive – Best Residential Development

 

 

Recent Clients Include:

Barnsbury Housing Association

Community Trust Housing

The Guinness Partnership

Harrow Churches Housing Association

Innisfree Housing Association

Islington and Shoreditch Housing Association

Network Housing Group

Notting Hill Housing

One Housing Group

Origin Housing Group

Octavia Housing

Thurrock Council