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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. The practice has been awarded the 2008 Daily Telegraph / Homebuilding and Renovating Award and the 2009 Grand Designs Award for ‘Best Conversion’. More recently the practice was shortlisted for the RIBA House of the Year, 2016.

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. The practice has been awarded the 2008 Daily Telegraph / Homebuilding and Renovating Award and the 2009 Grand Designs Award for ‘Best Conversion’. More recently the practice was shortlisted for the RIBA House of the Year, 2016.