The practice was formed in 1980. The aim then, as now, was to create a soundly managed architectural and design practice with a reputation for high quality work. We do not believe in a dogmatic approach; rather we strive to find appropriate solutions based on careful analysis and working closely with our clients, whose interest and commitment is fundamental to every project. We offer objective advice which focuses on the client's needs rather than our own aspirations.
Over the years our skills and experience have expanded into a wide range of activities including architecture, interior design, space planning, space audits, urban design, master-planning, graphic design, project management, historic building conservation and planning consultancy. Our production work is fully computerised and we now have the experience and associations to operate in virtually any part of the world.
Wintersgill LLP is an RIBA Registered Practice
Matthew is the founding Principal of Wintersgill LLP.
A qualified architect, he was educated at Canterbury School of Architecture.
After graduation he worked for Powell & Moya, a renowned international architectural practice with high profile projects in many countries and award-winning work for Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
Since forming Wintersgill LLP in 1980 he has been involved in a number of high profile projects for prominent clients including Reuters, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Kent County Council, Iveco-Ford, Railtrack/ Network Rail, HM Customs & Excise, Cyprus Popular Bank, The Science Museum, Institute of Directors, Heidrich & Struggles, and BP Oil International.
Matthew has taught at the University of East London and Waltham Forest College, is a voluntary architectural advisor with British Executive Service Overseas and East London Advanced Technology Training, is a guest lecturer on restaurant design at Leith's School of Cookery and was an adviser to the EU LibeRTiN Light Rail Study Project.
The practice has always attracted a diverse portfolio of clients, projects and locations something that Matthew has actively encouraged. A number of projects have been published in the architectural and lay press and several design awards gained.
Craig is a qualified architect and was educated at the Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
After graduation he worked for Michael Aukett Associates, Frederick Gibberd Coombes & Partners and Fookes Ness & Gooch before joining Wintersgill in 1990.
At Wintersgill he has worked for clients such as the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Lady Margaret Hall, (Oxford University), Inns of Court School of Law (City University), BAA/ Heathrow Airport Ltd, the London Boroughs of Tower Hamlets and Harrow, The Diocese of Guilford, Polo Ralph Lauren, Gap and The Disney Store.
He has completed projects in most of the countries in Europe as well as Brazil and Pakistan and building types have included embassies, airports, universities, schools, offices, hotels, housing, retail and restaurants.
Craig is a voluntary architectural advisor with BESO and has served as an independent consultant with the Bar Vocational Council on monitoring visits to educational providers.
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