SJW Architects is a design-led architectural practice based in London and the Peak District. We offer architectural services across the public and private realms, in the fields of residential, mixed-use, masterplanning, landscaping, non-profit developmental work overseas, as well as museums and galleries.
Susi Wellings - Architect
Susi Wellings is an Architect with 15 years’ post qualification experience, primarily in the Museum and Gallery sector. Prior to the founding of SJW Architects Susi was an Associate at Rogers, Stirk, Harbour & Partners (formerly Richard Rogers Architects) where she worked for eight years on the World Exhibitions and Conservation Centre at the British Museum. Susi also spent three years with multiple Sterling Prize winners Wilkinson Eyre Architects, where she was Project Architect on a new Riverside Development for the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew. In between these two large practices Susi spent two years with Architecture for Humanity, as Country Director & Architect in Sri Lanka, carrying out post-tsunami reconstruction projects. Her work there saw her shortlisted for Aga Khan Awards 2010 session and winner of the Observer Ethical Awards for ‘Innovation of the Year’ 2006.
Christopher Braddock – Senior Consultant Architect
Christopher Braddock has been qualified as an architect for 25 years and is registered with ARB and RIBA.His working experience has included five years with Hunters Architects, 10 years at Mayfair practice Hudson Design as Project Architect, Project Manager and Client Representative, and eight years as an Architect/Director at Hunter Evans Architects. Chris is now a Director of CB-A Architects and Senior Consultant Architect with SJW Architects. He has experience in a wide range of projects from domestic and private commissions through to £30m developments in London, UK and Europe.
Camilla Westergaard - Interior Architecture
Camilla grew up with a ceramics studio in her house and has continued to surrounded herself with craft and design since. After gaining a first-class degree in Art History from UCL, she worked as a gallery curator before crossing to the other side and establishing her own homewares business specialising in illustrated ceramics and textiles, which went on to be stocked in Liberty’s of London.
Her interiors focus on honest materials, considered colour combinations and texture. Detail and craftsmanship are central to her designs.
Architectural Design, Architectural Drawings, Basement Conversion, Basement Design, Building Conservation, Complete Kitchen Renovation, Custom Build Home, Eco Homes, Home Renovation, House Extensions, House Plans, House Restoration, New Home Build, Passive Houses, Project Management, Site Planning, Space Planning, Sustainable Design
Shortlisted for Aga Khan Award - 2010 session.
Sir Andrew Taylor Prize for best Technical Dissertation at the Bartlett School of Architecture - Diploma School.