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Henning Stummel Architects

Tin House, 2 Smugglers Yard, W12  |  +44 208 749 0794

www.henningstummelarchitects.co.uk

Henning Stummel Architects is a small practice that delivers a hard-to-rival sense of personal attention. Working directly with Henning Stummel himself, the firm will develop the brief directly with you. With the help of in-house built models, Henning and his team develop their schemes by visualizing ideas that in turn empowers clients, convinces planners and ensures clear communication. Henning brings to his practice a wide breadth of knowledge through his education at the TH Darmstadt, ETH in Zurich, as well as collaborations with Norman Foster [1992-93] and David Chipperfield [1993 to 2000]. Henning has lectured and taught at various places, including directing a design unit at Cambridge University. The practice has been published internationally and received numerous awards such as a Housing Design Award [2004], Royal Institute of British Architects [RIBA] Building of the Year: London Region 2005. It reached the finalist stage for the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award in 2005. More recently the practice has been awarded the 2008 Daily Telegraph / Homebuilding and Renovating Award and the 2009 Grand Designs Award for ‘Best Conversion’.

Henning Stummel Architects is a small practice that delivers a hard-to-rival sense of personal attention. Working directly with Henning Stummel himself, the firm will develop the brief directly with you. With the help of in-house built models, Henning and his team develop their schemes by visualizing ideas that in turn empowers clients, convinces planners and ensures clear communication. Henning brings to his practice a wide breadth of knowledge through his education at the TH Darmstadt, ETH in Zurich, as well as collaborations with Norman Foster [1992-93] and David Chipperfield [1993 to 2000]. Henning has lectured and taught at various places, including directing a design unit at Cambridge University. The practice has been published internationally and received numerous awards such as a Housing Design Award [2004], Royal Institute of British Architects [RIBA] Building of the Year: London Region 2005. It reached the finalist stage for the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award in 2005. More recently the practice has been awarded the 2008 Daily Telegraph / Homebuilding and Renovating Award and the 2009 Grand Designs Award for ‘Best Conversion’.