We are an independent architectural, design and planning practice, owned and managed in the UK and with a strong international presence.
we are diverse
Our expertise spans every aspect of architectural design including planning, strategy and interiors, and we have enormous resilience to match our passion. We value diversity in every sense: in our workforce, company culture, client-base and projects – and in freedom of thought.
As a robust and inquisitive practice, we seek to challenge orthodoxy. We scrutinise every brief and back every action with research and analysis, informed by in-house study teams who keep abreast of all advances from planning law to sustainability and materials science. This all helps us provide the best possible outcomes for our clients.
we make history
As we approach our centenary, we celebrate our history. We are proud that we have seven listed buildings to our name and that we are one of the few practices with post-war listed buildings. We were in the vanguard of creative industries moving to Southwark, now one of the most feted creative communities in the world with Tate Modern and Borough Market to hand, and we recently opened an office in thriving Manchester. As one of the top ten UK-owned architectural practices we recruit the best staff from around the world.
At tp bennett we believe in responsibility: to the environment, to our staff, end-users and communities. We undertake pro bono work for charities such as the Prison Reform Trust and our outreach programme works with local schools, institutions and cultural organisations.
We are a design democracy. A studio-based practice with multiple skills, everyone has a voice at tp bennett. As agenda-setters in the world of workplace culture, we ensure that our own workplace sets standards of wellbeing and enjoyment, with Friday socials and an annual study trip. We work in the spirit of cooperation, collaboration and fun, and we are ambitious for you, as well as for us.
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