Design Approach

Timothy Hatton Architects has a reputation for excellence in design and delivery spanning more than twenty-five years.

Led by Tim Hatton and Clive Pendlebury the work of the practice has been primarily but not exclusively in the private residential and bespoke commercial sector.

The practice combines a sensitive approach to contemporary architecture with a knowledgeable and sympathetic understanding of historical buildings.

Timothy Hatton Architects always puts the end user at the centre of its architectural thinking, a philosophy that is supported by theoretical discussion and academic research and which lies behind every design concept.

The projects of the practice are a testament to the architectural ideas that result from its continuous analysis of how people, places and spaces interact. This rigorous approach leads to buildings of the highest architectural quality that respond to the spirit of place and are environmentally responsible.

Based in London and working on projects that are both in the UK and abroad, the practice pays close attention to all aspects of delivery, in particular project cost, construction time and, of course, the quality of both design and construction itself.

Each project team is careful to align the processes of design and delivery to suit individual client needs and the practice puts strong emphasis on managing effective communication between all parties from start to finish.

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Timothy Hatton MA Dip Arch (Cantab) FRSA

Tim read architecture at Cambridge University, graduating in 1976 with a first class degree.

After a year working with Professor Colin St. John Wilson on the new British Library, he completed his diploma in architecture on an exchange programme at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Tim then worked for four years with Jose Lluis Sert in Boston before returning to London for a further period of work with Colin St. John Wilson & Partners and later with Powell & Moya.

While at Powell & Moya, Tim also taught at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

Timothy Hatton Architects was established in 1985. Tim is involved in all projects which are undertaken by the practice; his personal commitment, attention to detail and exceptional communication skills are highly valued by clients.

Clive Pendlebury BSc (Hons) Dip. Arch (Lond) RIBA

Clive studied architecture at University College London, graduating in 1987. He was elected a member of the ARB and RIBA in 1989 after receiving the Peter S Newton Prize for Professional Practice.

Clive joined Timothy Hatton Architects in 1987 for 3 years assisting in the early stages of development of the practice and gaining invaluable experience of the construction process at close quarters. He then spent 5 years in a key position in an architectural practice working on various projects in the newly emerging London Docklands and healthcare projects in East London.

Clive rejoined THA in 1995 and was invited to become a director in 2001.

Clive’s depth of knowledge and experience are invaluable assets to the practice. He acts as a technical adviser on all practice projects and is currently implementation director of active projects totalling a build value of over £65 million.

Staff

Timothy Hatton

Principal

Daška Hatton

Director

Clive Pendlebury

Director

Correna Mitchell

Brand Associate

Cathy Cremer

Business Consultant

Stefan Gehren

Associate

Max Ward

Associate

Steven Waterman

Associate

Edoardo Capecci

Architect

Joao Cardoso

Architect

Joao Ferreira

Architect

Erika Suzuki

Architect

Alvaro Larrondo

Architectural Assistant

Joanne Marshall

Architectural Assistant

Giorgia Andreolli

Interior Designer

Samar Gulamhussien

Senior 3D Visualiser

Jenny Wong

Accountant

Sandra Nowacka

Administration Assistant

Fred Grant

Office Assistant

Press

2015

Dezeen.com | Online Magazine
Wallpaper.com | Online Magazine

2014

Nicky Haslam: A Designer’s Life | Rizzoli Publishers
House & Garden | n.69

2012

Architectural Journal UK | n.10

2011

Coast UK | n.10

2009

Books Do Furnish A Room | Merrell Publishers
Hinge Hong Kong | n.170
Yapi Turkey | n.7
Hauser Germany | n.5
Diseno Interior Spain | n.202
Financial Times – How to spend it UK | n.3
A + A China | n.29

2008

World Architectural Festival Shortlisted Spain | Award
PLD China | n.12
The Architectural Review UK | n.9

2006

Richmond Society Certification of Commendation UK | Award
Country Houses Today | John Wiley & Sons Publishers
Intra UK | n.4

1998

Venice Biennale – Transportation Terminal Shortlists Italy | Award