Grey Griffiths is a new architectural practice, founded in 2016 by Tom Grey and Michael Griffiths. Grey Griffiths has over 20 years collective experience working on projects ranging from house extensions, to large scale developments and masterplans. We are equally skilled at designing a carefully crafted domestic project for specific users and creating new communities and urban environments. We believe that each project is a unique opportunity with a unique set of parameters that must be balanced to create the best solution. The solving of problems through clever and well considered design is central to our work and each project is approached with a bespoke process that best suits its requirements. Careful crafting of design solutions is a collaborative process informed by an understanding of client, through consultation and through research of materials and context. This is accompanied by a sound understanding of commercial and technical concerns and a grounding in the practicalities of the project. Our experience has provided excellent knowledge of the planning system, and what it takes to deliver a project. We bring our diverse range of skills to each project, working with clients to establish a brief and provide a unique solution that meets, or more often than not, exceeds their expectations. Our background gives us great expertise in getting the most out of complex and constrained sites to arrive at design solutions of the highest calibre. We love working on challenging sites where lateral thinking and clever solutions are required, be it a constrained urban site in a central London conservation area or refurbishing a listed building in a rural national park. We'd love to hear about your project, large or small.
Michael Griffiths MA(Hons,) AADipl, ARB, RIBA Tom Grey BArch(Hons), DipArch, PgDip, ARB
Location:London, Greater London SE15 4QL
Typical Job Costs:£100,000 - £5 millionOur experience ranges from small scale: an artists studio in the back garden of a London home, or a loft conversion in central Oxford; medium: a new house in rural Essex or a development of 9 flats in West London; To large scale: advising on a masterplan for a new residential neighbourhood in urban environments.