We create innovative, high quality and socially useful architecture
dRMM is a London-based, international studio of architects and designers founded in 1995 and led by Alex de Rijke, Philip Marsh, Sadie Morgan and Jonas Lencer. We are renowned for creating architecture that is innovative, high quality and socially useful. For this, we have won awards including Britain’s top architecture award the RIBA Stirling Prize 2017, Building Design (BD) Architect Of The Year 2014 and Building Design (BD) Housing Architect of the Year 2015.
We are proud of our reputation, and owe it to an incredibly talented and resourceful team who work in the belief that outstanding architecture comes about through client collaboration, creative design, environmental awareness and building innovation.
Clients trust us because we go out of our way to understand and realise their needs through detailed research and careful practice. The construction industry respects us because we use standardized, cost-effective materials and building methods to make innovative architecture. And the press and public have warmed to us for a lightness of touch that has been described as joyful, flamboyant and unique.
Our work is driven by the following ethos:
We are committed to outstanding architecture that transforms and inspires.
We see client constraints, culture & society as a site of creative design.
We collaborate to exceed client expectations.
We think about environment and people when making places.
We are concerned with how we build as well as what we build.
If you’d like to know more then get in touch. We are always on the lookout for new opportunities.
Clients we have worked with
Argent Group PLC; Battersea Power Station Development Company; BeFirst; Family Mosaic; Galliford Try PLC; Kruse Smith; LB of Southwark; LB of Tower Hamlets; Lendlease; LB of Newham; LB of Brent; Olympic Delivery Authority; Peabody Trust Poplar HARCA; Red Door Ventures; SACO Property Group; Solid Space; Southern Housing Group; Stanhope PLC; Swan Housing; Urban&Civic
Aberystwyth University; Cambridgeshire County Council; Department for Children; Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education; Galliford Try PLC; Greater London Authority; Morgan Sindall; Lendlease; LB of Lambeth Education; LB of Southwark Education; Schools and Families; Shoreditch Trust London; University of London, EA of Durham Queen Mary
Architects’ Registration Board; Design Museum; SEI Investments; Selfridges & Co
Blackpool Council; Hastings Pier Charity; Modern Art Oxford; Moshi Moshi
Architectural Association; Architecture Foundation; British Council; Crafts Council; Design Museum; Hastings Pier Charity; London Design Festival; Milton Keynes Gallery; Modern Art Oxford; Netherlands Embassy; Tate National
Architects’ Registration Board; Aviva Investors; Greenwich Enterprise Board; SEI Investments; Selfridges & Co
Ballymore Group; London Legacy Development Corporation; Plymouth City Council