An award-winning London-based architectural studio whose experience transforming post-war properties make period conversions a breeze.
Designing with longevity in mind, Archmongers take the durability and gradual evolution of buildings seriously. From the materials they use to how they apply the key principles of good architecture – natural light, tactility, aesthetics and functionality – this practice composes meaningful spaces that are a pleasure to live in. Founded by Margaret Bursa and Johan Hybschmann in 2011, Archmongers offer a hands-on approach. They work on the full design from feasibility to final details and overseeing on-site construction through to practical completion.
Their diverse in-house team includes specialist interior designers who are well-versed introduce the overarching architectural concept to the internal environment. Collaborating closely with clients through drawings, models, and conversation, they dive deep into the history of each project to celebrate local context and character to their designs. One of their projects – Margaret Bursa’s own Clock House in north London – was shortlisted for ‘Don’t Move, Improve 2016’ competition for its black-stained timber-clad extension with a grid-shaped wood and steel ceiling.
Their diverse in-house team includes specialist interior designers who are well-versed introduce the overarching architectural concept to the internal environment.