London-based architecture studio established in 2014 by Tom Surman and Percy Weston.
Eschewing a house style, the practice has developed a portfolio of unique developments that are contextually sensitive, with careful consideration of materiality, construction technique, use and function.
Built works to date include: new-build house Ditton Hill House, Surbiton (2020); new-build garden annexes including Lantern Studio (2016) and Cork Study (2015); and extensive London refurbishments such as Mayow Road (2017), Replica House Studio (2018), and Makepeace Mansions Apartment (2019). In the education sector, Surman Weston created Brunswick Park Cookery Cottage for Brunswick Park Primary School (2017), and a new student cafe for the practice directors’ alma mater, the Royal College of Art (2012).
Committed to the process of making, the studio has developed a number of bespoke products, fittings and furniture, including Wedge Table, a minimal chandelier and a contemporary doorknob.
Tom and Percy are regular tutors for the undergraduate course at the University of Cambridge; Percy is visiting critic at University of Nottingham; and both have taught and lectured at institutions including the Royal College of Art and the University of Westminster.