A RIBA-accredited practice that is fuelled by curiosity, their ambition and sensitive approach results in enduring beauty, timeless design and high-quality craftsmanship.
Adopting a considered approach to design, Nash Baker honours historical and social context while composing built environments that are grounded in the principles of sustainability: longevity and smart decision-making. For this practice, architecture is not just about living well but also treading lightly upon the earth. Reliably pragmatic but characteristically bold, the studio is drawn to ambitious, complex projects, and to historic environments that call for a sensitive and holistic approach.
Their close-knit and multi-talented team is led by Howard Nash, who founded the firm as Nash Parker Architects in 1978 and Simon Baker, who took the reigns in 2006 when the practice rebranded as Nash Baker Architects. This people-centred practice forgoes the jargon and simplifies the process, building close relationships with their clients and guiding them through every stage. Together with their clients, they turn strong ideas into thoughtful buildings that are a pleasure to use. You’ll notice their dedication to elevating spaces beyond the ordinary in their transformation of Bayswater Mews into a light-filled, spacious family home. Or the fabric first update of Grade II-listed Brompton Square that wove together modern luxuries and traditional details.
Nash Baker are drawn to ambitious, complex projects, and to historic environments that call for a sensitive and holistic approach.