AOC are a practice of architects and designers based in London.

We engage with communities and their cultures to make designs that are useful, valuable and joyful.

We work with our clients, collaborating with users and other experts, to develop new briefs for contemporary challenges.

We use resources inventively to optimise the use of energy and minimise the emission of carbon.

We deliver proposals that are particular to the forms, materials and myths of their place.

We are Agents Of Change.

Contact
AOC Architecture Ltd
+44 (0)20 7739 9950
studio@theaoc.co.uk

London
Unit 61, Regents Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN

North Yorkshire
Whitehouse, Sedbusk, Hawes, North Yorkshire DL8 3PX

Insta-news
@aocarchitecture

Director

Tom Coward, BA(Hons) MA (RCA) ARB RIBA FHEA FRSA

Tom co-founded AOC in 2005 and leads a range of public and private projects with particular expertise in schools, libraries and dementia care. He studied at University of Nottingham and the Royal College of Art. He has lectured and taught internationally, including the Architectural Association, was the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Professor at Yale University and leads an MArch design studio at Kingston University, where he is undertaking a PhD by practice. He is an RIBA Client Advisor and a member of the Southwark, Croydon and Harrow Design Review Panels, as well as providing design advice to Haringey and Greenwich Council.

Director

Gill Lambert, BA(Hons) BArch ARB RIBA

Gill joined AOC in 2008 and has been responsible for designing and delivering a range of cultural institutions, exhibitions and homes. She studied architecture at the Hull School of Architecture and the University of Westminster. For her final thesis project she won the RIBA Silver Medal, the SOM Travel Award and the Sergeant Prize for Drawing. She leads an MArch design studio at University of Westminster and is a member of the RIBA validation panel.

Director

Geoff Shearcroft, BA(Hons) MA (RCA) ARB RIBA

Geoff co-founded AOC in 2005 and leads a variety of public and private projects with particular experience working on cultural institutions, performing arts, social infrastructure and placemaking. He studied at University of Nottingham and the Royal College of Art. He has lectured and taught internationally, including London Metropolitan University from 2006–16, was the Louis I. Kahn Visiting Professor at Yale University and leads an MArch design studio at University of Westminster. He is chair of the Thames Valley Design Review Panel, has been a member of various Design Review Panels in London and south England, has served on competition juries and publishes articles on architecture and design.

Associate & Technical Lead

Nick Silk, BSc(Hons) BA(Hons) DipArch(Dist) ARB

Nick joined AOC in 2021, bringing over 12 years of professional experience delivering critically acclaimed housing and community projects from inception to completion. Prior to AOC, he was at Mae and RH Partnership. Nick initially studied Engineering Design & Innovation at Sheffield Hallam University before arriving at London Metropolitan University to study architecture where he achieved all three parts with distinction.

Associate

Hannah Stringer, BSc DipArch ARB

Hannah joined AOC in 2016 and has worked with cultural and educational institutions throughout the UK. She is currently leading the team redeveloping The National Archives at Kew and delivering a new museum open store for the National Railway Museum, County Durham. Prior to joining AOC she worked on York Royal Theatre with DMR. Hannah studied at Cardiff University and London Metropolitan University.

Associate

Bryony Martin, BSc MArch ARB

Bryony joined AOC in 2016 and has delivered a range of projects that meet contemporary needs in historically sensitive sites. She was project architect for the Crafts Council Gallery and Hampstead Studio House and is currently leading the team for Stonehenge learning centre for English Heritage in a World Heritage Site and the transformation of Lloyds Register of Shipping’s Grade II* headquarters to provide a gallery, archive and workspace. She also has particular experience designing for dementia care.

Senior Architect & ICT Lead

Jay King, BA(Hons) MArch ARB

Jay joined AOC in 2016 and has delivered a diverse range of public projects. He was project architect for the School Green Centre, a cultural and community centre in Shinfield, Berkshire, and is currently leading the team for the redevelopment of the National Science and Media Museum, Bradford. Jay studied at Kingston University where he achieved distinction at Masters level.

Practice Manager

Mitra Assadpour,

Mitra is responsible for the management of the practice, including finances, HR, policy and the studio. Her background combines the management of design offices with financial expertise and an understanding of all aspects of design, with a Foundation in Interior Design at University of West London. She joined AOC as Practice Manager following 10 years experience working in design, fashion and the creative industries.

Studio
Elise Billings-Evans BEng(Hons) BSc(Hons) MArch
Jaspal Channa BArch(Hons) MArch ARB
Alifiyah Jariwala BA(Hons) MArch
Isabella Laffeaty BSc(Hons) MArch
Angel Madix BA(Hons) MArch
Richard Morrison BA(Hons) MArch
Kyu Sung Pai BA(Hons) MA(RCA)
Nathan Quainoo BA(Hons) MA(RCA)
Harry Tindale BA(Hons) MA(RCA)
Alex Watson BA(Hons)
Dan Wilkins BA(Hons) MArch
Nicole Williams BA(Hons) MArch ARB
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Work with us
We are looking for an Architect to become part of our expanding design team in our East London studio. You will take the lead in the delivery of projects, as well as working within teams on larger schemes, working closely with leading consultant teams for innovative clients. As an active contributor to our collaborative studio you will be involved in all aspects of the practice, sharing ideas and being supported in your personal professional development.
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Your experience should include:
• a minimum 2 years UK experience ARB registered
• able to work both independently and in a small team with care and intelligence
• being an excellent designer with good interpersonal skills
• proven communication skills, able to liaise with client, consultant and contractor teams
• good organisational skills with great attention to detail
• an excellent understanding of construction methods and detailing
• able to lead project and practice-related research
• to be Mac literate and proficient in Adobe CC – InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator - and MS Office 365
• efficient in 2D and 3D drafting – Vectorworks 2D essential, Vectorworks 3D desirable
• thorough knowledge of NBS and writing specifications
• excellent written and spoken English language skills
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How to apply
If you meet the outlined requirements please send a digital copy of your CV to studio@theaoc.co.uk (max 10MB) along with a covering letter outlining how you meet the criteria and why you want to work for AOC. Mark the subject line with ‘Architect’. Candidates must be eligible to work in the UK, based in our London office, and would ideally be available to start by March 2024..
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AOC is an accredited London Living Wage Employer and an Equal Opportunities Employer. We actively seek and encourage applications from candidates from diverse backgrounds.

Awards

  • RIBA Regional (South) Award 2024
  • AIA UK Design Awards Medium Project Commendation 2024
  • Civic Trust Regional Finalist (South East) 2024
  • Civic Trust Regional Finalist (Greater London) 2024
    • Public Building Architect of the Year shortlisted 2023
  • New London Awards, Housing shortlisted 2023
  • AJ Architecture Awards, Civic Project, shortlisted 2023
  • The Manser Medal – AJ House of the Year, shortlisted 2023
  • New London Awards, Best Workplace 2022
  • New London Awards, Best Cultural Building shortlisted 2022
  • W Awards, MJ Long Prize for Excellence in Practice, Hannah Stringer, shortlisted 2022
  • RIBA Regional Award shortlisted 2022
  • Don't Move, Improve! Unique Character Award 2022
  • AJ Retrofit Awards: Workplace Fit-out highly commended 2022
  • AJ Retrofit Awards: Cultural and Religious shortlisted 2022
  • Brick Awards shortlisted 2021
  • Housing Design Awards shortlisted 2021
  • RIBA Regional Award 2017
  • McEwen Award ‘Architecture for the Common Good’ shortlisted 2017
  • Design Museum’s Designs of the Year Award finalist 2016
  • AJ Retrofit Award Best Cultural Building 2016
  • Blueprint Awards Best Public-use project nomination 2016
  • Housing Design Award 2016
  • SCONUL Library Design Awards nomination 2015
  • Green Flag Award Best Green Spaces in the UK 2015
  • New London Architecture, Best Public Building nomination 2015
  • New London Architecture, New ideas for housing competition nomination 2015
  • Icon Interior of the Year shortlisted 2014
  • World Architecture Festival, Future Masterplan: NW Cambridge 2014
  • Civic Trust London Award nomination 2016
  • New London Architecture, ‘Don’t move, improve’, commendation 2013
  • Brick Awards, Best Education Building nomination 2012
  • New London Architecture, Best Education Building nomination 2012
  • Mendip Building Excellence Awards, Best domestic extension nomination 2012
  • WAN 21 Architects for 21st Century nomination 2012
  • AJ Small Projects Award nomination 2010
  • Young Architect of the Year Awards nomination 2008
  • Young Architect of the Year Awards nomination 2005
  • AJ Corus / 40 Architects Under 40 Winner 2005

Press

Books

  • Building Southwark: Architecture and Regeneration in a London Borough, Kenneth Powell, Merrell, March 2025
  • House London, White Lion Publishers, Ellie Stathaki, 2022
  • Multiform: Architecture in an age of transition (Architectural Design), Owen Hopkins, Erin McKellar, Wiley, 2021
  • Less is a Bore: Postmodern Architecture, Owen Hopkins, Phaidon, 2020
  • Designs of our Time: 10 Years of Designs of the Year, Deyan Sudjic, Design Museum Publishing, 2019
  • Post-Modern Buildings in Britain, Elaine Harwood, Geraint Franklin, Batsford, 2017
  • New Architects 3: Britain’s Best Emerging Architects, Architecture Foundation, Merrell, 2016
  • New Arcadians: Emerging UK Architects, Lucy Bullivant, Merrell, 2012
  • British Interior Design, Michelle Galindo, Braun, 2010
  • Worldwide Architecture, The next generation, ed. L.P.Puglisi, UTET Scienze Tecniche, 2010
  • Event Design, Links Books, Barcelona, 2009
  • The BLDGBLOG Book, Geoff Manaugh, Chronicle, San Francisco, 2010
  • Hatch: The new architectural generation, Kieran Long, Laurence King, London, 2008
  • Density Projects: 36 New Concepts on Collective Housing, A+T, Madrid, 2008
  • Spacecraft: Fleeting architecture & hideouts, L. Feireiss, Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin, 2007

Talks

  • Bruno Latour symposium, Kingston University, 2023, We have always been Hybrid, Panel Chair, Tom Coward
  • Welsh School of Architecture, 2023, Designing for young people with autism, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Ebbsfleet Cultural Placemaking Showcase, 2023, Whitecliffe's Social Infrastructure, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Creative Estuary Symposium: Planning for Culture, 2023, Cultural colocation in Ebbsfleet, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Creativity Symposium, Kingston University, 2023, Looking for a tonic to computational bad-being, Tom Coward
  • Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference, 2022, Co-designing a new Architecture curriculum during a pandemic, Tom Coward
  • Edinburgh Society of Architects, 2022, Sitting in the City, Tom Coward
  • Welsh School of Architecture, 2022, Southwark Heritage Centre & Walworth Library, Tom Coward
  • Oxford Architecture Society, 2022, Architecture is a verb, Tom Coward
  • Techne Congress, 2022, Shape Newham: Re-enchantment with the Public realm through the collective imagination, Tom Coward
  • Society of Architectural Historians GB, 2020, The provocative role of the domestic archive, Tom Coward
  • KU Leven, 2020, Time in Unit 9; Techniques and tools of the researcher, Tom Coward
  • AMPS, Florida State University, 2020, Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments, Tom Coward
  • Kingston School of Art, 2019, Stranger Things: Designs for diverse publics, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal College of Art, 2019, Designs for a deliberative democracy, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Kingston University, 2019, Invention in Action Symposium, Tom Coward, Creativity Researchers
  • Kingston Museum / London Doctoral Design Centre, 2019, Another Land: Save our Fields, Tom Coward
  • Sir John Soane Museum, London, 2018, Postmodern Legacies: Geoff Shearcroft interviews Dirk Somers
  • International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2018, Places of performance: New Directions, Geoff Shearcroft
  • The London Society, 2018, Why design in the 21st century?, Tom Coward
  • Nottingham University, 2018, 20 years – from here to here, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal Academy of Arts. 2018, Towards an architecture of conversation, Tom Coward
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, London, 2017, Great British Buildings: Civic, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Brighton School of Architecture & Design, 2017, Critical Practice, Tom Coward
  • Brighton Architecture Series, 2017, Twin talks; Lost & Found, Tom Coward, The Pier
  • Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts, 2017, The City of Tomorrow, Tom Coward, Beijing Design Week
  • Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, 2016, Putting the Green back into the Green, Tom Coward
  • Norwich University, 2016, Impractical Completion, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Lincoln School of Architecture, 2016, Contented space, Tom Coward
  • University of Kent, 2016, Messy Bits, Gill Lambert
  • Cass School of Art & Architecture, 2015, An architecture of things, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft,
  • Kingston University, 2015, Some current projects, Tom Coward
  • Aarhus School of Architecture, 2015, Trust in the maker, Gill Lambert
  • University of Newcastle, 2014, Curating and Constructing, Geoff Shearcroft
  • University of Cambridge, 2014, Housing in Cambridge, Tom Coward
  • University of Kingston, 2014, Pictures to sit in, Tom Coward
  • Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA, 2012, The post-suburban civic, Geoff Shearcroft
  • University of the West of England, 2012, People Making Places, Tom Coward
  • Ravensbourne, London, 2012, Sampling and Synthesising, Geoff Shearcroft
  • UCLA, Los Angeles, 2012, Ideas upon ideas upon ideas, Tom Coward
  • Architects for Health, South Bank University, 2012, Making Spaces for Children, Tom Coward
  • Yale School of Architecture, 2011, Sampling and Synthesising, AOC
  • Buenos Aires Biennale, 2011, Towards a popular architecture, Geoff Shearcroft
  • NEXT biennle, Moscow, 2011, AOC, Tom Coward,
  • Saint-Nazaire, France, 2010, From ‘Learning from’ to ‘Designing for’, Geoff Shearcroft, Archilife 010
  • London Metropolitan University, 2010, What happened to the Thames Gateway Dream?, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA, 2010, TV Town, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Central St Martins, 2010, Tell me a story, Tom Coward
  • Royal College of Art, 2010, In conversation, Mao and AOC
  • Oslo Society of Architects, 2010, Copy and Duplication, Tom Coward
  • London Metropolitan University, 2010, Practice Makes Imperfect, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Building Centre, London, 2009, Hearth House, Gill Lambert
  • University of Sheffield, 2009, Learning from Suburbia, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal Academy, London, 2009, We have Great Expectations, AOC
  • Royal College of Art, London, 2009, The Psycho-Geographers, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Manchester School of Architecture, 2009, Any Old City, AOC
  • Critical Cities Symposium, Stockholm, 2009, Inside looking in, Tom Coward
  • Building Schools for the Future, London, 2008, Creating Spaces, Geoff Shearcroft
  • The British School of Rome, 2008, Cultural Approaches, AOC
  • Grand Designs Live, 2008, My home must fit me, Tom Coward
  • University of Plymouth, 2008, Recent Work, Tom Coward
  • University of Cardiff, 2008, Recent Work, Tom Coward
  • Thinking Metropolis Biennial, Copenhagen, 2007, The Lift, AOC
  • Hafele Showroom, New York, 2007, New London Practices, AOC
  • Center for Architecture, New York, 2007, New London Practices, AOC
  • Turbine Hall, TATE Modern, 2007, Debate London, 2012 Wishlist, Tom Coward
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, 2007, Adventures in making, Gill Lambert
  • University of Bath, 2006, Three projects, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Central St Martins School of Art & Design, 2006, A moving train, AOC
  • Royal College of Art, 2006, Group Theor(ap)y, G4, Tom Coward
  • COAC, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, 2006, Agents Of Change, Geoff Shearcroft
  • London Metropolitan University, 2006, Public Nookie, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2006, Covering old ground, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Nottingham University, 2005, New Work, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Architecture Foundation, London, 2005, AOC: 3 Projects, Geoff Shearcroft

Exhibitions

  • Beazley Designs of the Year, Design Museum, London 2016
  • New ideas for Housing, New London Architecture, London, 2016
  • Don’t Move, Improve, New London Architecture, London 2013
  • BA11 Biennial, Buenos Aires, 2011
  • London Design Week, Testbed 1, London, 2011
  • Architecture Biennale: NEXT, Moscow, 2011
  • 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces, V&A Museum, London, 2011
  • AJ Small Projects Awards, Interface FLOR Showroom, London, 2010
  • Prototypes and Experiments, Aram Gallery, London, 2010
  • Think Tank, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2009
  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 2009
  • London Yields, The Building Centre, London, 2009
  • Rank: Picturing the social order, 1516-2009, Leeds City Art Gallery, 2009
  • AOC: Cultural Approaches, British School at Rome, 2008
  • Experimental Architecture, Italian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2008
  • Evolving Norms of British Housing, RIBA, London, 2008
  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London 2008
  • Des Res, New London Architecture Centre, London, 2008
  • London’s Learning, Building Centre, London, 2007
  • Casa Décor, London Design Festival, London, 2007
  • 6 Practices: London, Center for Architecture, American Institute of Architects, New York, 2007
  • North & South, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, 2007
  • London Literature Festival, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, 2007
  • Blueprint For London, AF Yard Gallery, London 2007
  • In Your Back Yard, Ideal Home Show, 2007
  • Renaissance: The Revitalisation of Elephant and Castle, London College of Communications, 2007
  • Blueprint for London, New London Architecture Gallery, 2007
  • Designs on King’s Cross, New London Architecture Gallery, 2006
  • Changing London Schools, Building Design, London, 2006
  • Southwark Triangles, Unicorn Theatre, London, 2006
  • Compendium, RIBA, London, 2006
  • Oriki, Black Cultural Archive Kennington, London, 2005
  • Föhn, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, 2005
  • The Parachute Pavilion, Van Alen Institute, New York, 2005
  • 40 architects under 40, V&A Museum, London, 2005
  • Shrinking Cities, Deutsches Architektur Zentrums, Berlin, 2005
  • A New Centre For Architecture, The Ragged School, London, 2005

Publications

  • Time in Unit 9: A Comparison Between the Projected Life of the Drawing, the Residues of Living and Lived Experience, Tom Coward, The Hybrid Practitioner: Building, Teaching, Researching Architecture, KU Leuven Press, 2022
  • Invention in Action at the Museum of Childhood, Tom Coward, Participatory Practice in Space, Place, and Service Design, Vernon Press, 2022
  • Joy in Architecture: Evoking Emotions in Building, Geoff Shearcroft, Multiform: Architecture in an Age of Transition (Architectural Design), Jan 2021
  • Saved from the wrecking ball on a daily basis, Tom Coward, Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, UCL, 2020
  • Letter from Beijing, Tom Coward, Architectural Research Quarterly, Volume 21 / Issue 3, 2018
  • Forever, For everyone, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft, London Society, 2017
  • Putting the Green back into the Green, Tom Coward, Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings in Urban Heritage, 2016
  • The 7 LEDS of augmented reality, Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research no.7, 2014
  • Helmets and Homes, Tom Coward, 1914now, 2014
  • Tomorrow never dies, Geoff Shearcroft, RIBA Journal, March 2012
  • Domestic discovery: or sampling and synthesizing with Daft Punk, Geoff Shearcroft, P.E.A.R, Issue 3, May 2011
  • *Sample & Synthesis *(editorial), Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research no.3, 2011
  • My Kind of Town: The Thames Valley, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, September
  • Copy & Duplication, Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research No.1, July 2009
  • Peterlee: Failed ambitions for Attlee’s New Jerusalem, Geoff Shearcroft, Building Design, June 2009
  • Privately, in public: Opinion on Building Schools for the Future, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, January 2009
  • Inspiration: Lucy the Elephant, Tom Coward, Building Design, February 2008
  • Learning from the semi, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, February 2008
  • Learning from Milton Keynes, Geoff Shearcroft, Building Design, August 2007

Awards

  • RIBA Regional (South) Award 2024
  • AIA UK Design Awards Medium Project Commendation 2024
  • Civic Trust Regional Finalist (South East) 2024
  • Civic Trust Regional Finalist (Greater London) 2024
    • Public Building Architect of the Year shortlisted 2023
  • New London Awards, Housing shortlisted 2023
  • AJ Architecture Awards, Civic Project, shortlisted 2023
  • The Manser Medal – AJ House of the Year, shortlisted 2023
  • New London Awards, Best Workplace 2022
  • New London Awards, Best Cultural Building shortlisted 2022
  • W Awards, MJ Long Prize for Excellence in Practice, Hannah Stringer, shortlisted 2022
  • RIBA Regional Award shortlisted 2022
  • Don't Move, Improve! Unique Character Award 2022
  • AJ Retrofit Awards: Workplace Fit-out highly commended 2022
  • AJ Retrofit Awards: Cultural and Religious shortlisted 2022
  • Brick Awards shortlisted 2021
  • Housing Design Awards shortlisted 2021
  • RIBA Regional Award 2017
  • McEwen Award ‘Architecture for the Common Good’ shortlisted 2017
  • Design Museum’s Designs of the Year Award finalist 2016
  • AJ Retrofit Award Best Cultural Building 2016
  • Blueprint Awards Best Public-use project nomination 2016
  • Housing Design Award 2016
  • SCONUL Library Design Awards nomination 2015
  • Green Flag Award Best Green Spaces in the UK 2015
  • New London Architecture, Best Public Building nomination 2015
  • New London Architecture, New ideas for housing competition nomination 2015
  • Icon Interior of the Year shortlisted 2014
  • World Architecture Festival, Future Masterplan: NW Cambridge 2014
  • Civic Trust London Award nomination 2016
  • New London Architecture, ‘Don’t move, improve’, commendation 2013
  • Brick Awards, Best Education Building nomination 2012
  • New London Architecture, Best Education Building nomination 2012
  • Mendip Building Excellence Awards, Best domestic extension nomination 2012
  • WAN 21 Architects for 21st Century nomination 2012
  • AJ Small Projects Award nomination 2010
  • Young Architect of the Year Awards nomination 2008
  • Young Architect of the Year Awards nomination 2005
  • AJ Corus / 40 Architects Under 40 Winner 2005

Press

Books

  • Building Southwark: Architecture and Regeneration in a London Borough, Kenneth Powell, Merrell, March 2025
  • House London, White Lion Publishers, Ellie Stathaki, 2022
  • Multiform: Architecture in an age of transition (Architectural Design), Owen Hopkins, Erin McKellar, Wiley, 2021
  • Less is a Bore: Postmodern Architecture, Owen Hopkins, Phaidon, 2020
  • Designs of our Time: 10 Years of Designs of the Year, Deyan Sudjic, Design Museum Publishing, 2019
  • Post-Modern Buildings in Britain, Elaine Harwood, Geraint Franklin, Batsford, 2017
  • New Architects 3: Britain’s Best Emerging Architects, Architecture Foundation, Merrell, 2016
  • New Arcadians: Emerging UK Architects, Lucy Bullivant, Merrell, 2012
  • British Interior Design, Michelle Galindo, Braun, 2010
  • Worldwide Architecture, The next generation, ed. L.P.Puglisi, UTET Scienze Tecniche, 2010
  • Event Design, Links Books, Barcelona, 2009
  • The BLDGBLOG Book, Geoff Manaugh, Chronicle, San Francisco, 2010
  • Hatch: The new architectural generation, Kieran Long, Laurence King, London, 2008
  • Density Projects: 36 New Concepts on Collective Housing, A+T, Madrid, 2008
  • Spacecraft: Fleeting architecture & hideouts, L. Feireiss, Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin, 2007

Talks

  • Bruno Latour symposium, Kingston University, 2023, We have always been Hybrid, Panel Chair, Tom Coward
  • Welsh School of Architecture, 2023, Designing for young people with autism, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Ebbsfleet Cultural Placemaking Showcase, 2023, Whitecliffe's Social Infrastructure, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Creative Estuary Symposium: Planning for Culture, 2023, Cultural colocation in Ebbsfleet, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Creativity Symposium, Kingston University, 2023, Looking for a tonic to computational bad-being, Tom Coward
  • Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference, 2022, Co-designing a new Architecture curriculum during a pandemic, Tom Coward
  • Edinburgh Society of Architects, 2022, Sitting in the City, Tom Coward
  • Welsh School of Architecture, 2022, Southwark Heritage Centre & Walworth Library, Tom Coward
  • Oxford Architecture Society, 2022, Architecture is a verb, Tom Coward
  • Techne Congress, 2022, Shape Newham: Re-enchantment with the Public realm through the collective imagination, Tom Coward
  • Society of Architectural Historians GB, 2020, The provocative role of the domestic archive, Tom Coward
  • KU Leven, 2020, Time in Unit 9; Techniques and tools of the researcher, Tom Coward
  • AMPS, Florida State University, 2020, Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments, Tom Coward
  • Kingston School of Art, 2019, Stranger Things: Designs for diverse publics, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal College of Art, 2019, Designs for a deliberative democracy, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Kingston University, 2019, Invention in Action Symposium, Tom Coward, Creativity Researchers
  • Kingston Museum / London Doctoral Design Centre, 2019, Another Land: Save our Fields, Tom Coward
  • Sir John Soane Museum, London, 2018, Postmodern Legacies: Geoff Shearcroft interviews Dirk Somers
  • International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2018, Places of performance: New Directions, Geoff Shearcroft
  • The London Society, 2018, Why design in the 21st century?, Tom Coward
  • Nottingham University, 2018, 20 years – from here to here, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal Academy of Arts. 2018, Towards an architecture of conversation, Tom Coward
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, London, 2017, Great British Buildings: Civic, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Brighton School of Architecture & Design, 2017, Critical Practice, Tom Coward
  • Brighton Architecture Series, 2017, Twin talks; Lost & Found, Tom Coward, The Pier
  • Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts, 2017, The City of Tomorrow, Tom Coward, Beijing Design Week
  • Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, 2016, Putting the Green back into the Green, Tom Coward
  • Norwich University, 2016, Impractical Completion, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Lincoln School of Architecture, 2016, Contented space, Tom Coward
  • University of Kent, 2016, Messy Bits, Gill Lambert
  • Cass School of Art & Architecture, 2015, An architecture of things, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft,
  • Kingston University, 2015, Some current projects, Tom Coward
  • Aarhus School of Architecture, 2015, Trust in the maker, Gill Lambert
  • University of Newcastle, 2014, Curating and Constructing, Geoff Shearcroft
  • University of Cambridge, 2014, Housing in Cambridge, Tom Coward
  • University of Kingston, 2014, Pictures to sit in, Tom Coward
  • Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA, 2012, The post-suburban civic, Geoff Shearcroft
  • University of the West of England, 2012, People Making Places, Tom Coward
  • Ravensbourne, London, 2012, Sampling and Synthesising, Geoff Shearcroft
  • UCLA, Los Angeles, 2012, Ideas upon ideas upon ideas, Tom Coward
  • Architects for Health, South Bank University, 2012, Making Spaces for Children, Tom Coward
  • Yale School of Architecture, 2011, Sampling and Synthesising, AOC
  • Buenos Aires Biennale, 2011, Towards a popular architecture, Geoff Shearcroft
  • NEXT biennle, Moscow, 2011, AOC, Tom Coward,
  • Saint-Nazaire, France, 2010, From ‘Learning from’ to ‘Designing for’, Geoff Shearcroft, Archilife 010
  • London Metropolitan University, 2010, What happened to the Thames Gateway Dream?, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA, 2010, TV Town, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Central St Martins, 2010, Tell me a story, Tom Coward
  • Royal College of Art, 2010, In conversation, Mao and AOC
  • Oslo Society of Architects, 2010, Copy and Duplication, Tom Coward
  • London Metropolitan University, 2010, Practice Makes Imperfect, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Building Centre, London, 2009, Hearth House, Gill Lambert
  • University of Sheffield, 2009, Learning from Suburbia, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal Academy, London, 2009, We have Great Expectations, AOC
  • Royal College of Art, London, 2009, The Psycho-Geographers, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Manchester School of Architecture, 2009, Any Old City, AOC
  • Critical Cities Symposium, Stockholm, 2009, Inside looking in, Tom Coward
  • Building Schools for the Future, London, 2008, Creating Spaces, Geoff Shearcroft
  • The British School of Rome, 2008, Cultural Approaches, AOC
  • Grand Designs Live, 2008, My home must fit me, Tom Coward
  • University of Plymouth, 2008, Recent Work, Tom Coward
  • University of Cardiff, 2008, Recent Work, Tom Coward
  • Thinking Metropolis Biennial, Copenhagen, 2007, The Lift, AOC
  • Hafele Showroom, New York, 2007, New London Practices, AOC
  • Center for Architecture, New York, 2007, New London Practices, AOC
  • Turbine Hall, TATE Modern, 2007, Debate London, 2012 Wishlist, Tom Coward
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, 2007, Adventures in making, Gill Lambert
  • University of Bath, 2006, Three projects, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Central St Martins School of Art & Design, 2006, A moving train, AOC
  • Royal College of Art, 2006, Group Theor(ap)y, G4, Tom Coward
  • COAC, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, 2006, Agents Of Change, Geoff Shearcroft
  • London Metropolitan University, 2006, Public Nookie, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2006, Covering old ground, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Nottingham University, 2005, New Work, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Architecture Foundation, London, 2005, AOC: 3 Projects, Geoff Shearcroft

Exhibitions

  • Beazley Designs of the Year, Design Museum, London 2016
  • New ideas for Housing, New London Architecture, London, 2016
  • Don’t Move, Improve, New London Architecture, London 2013
  • BA11 Biennial, Buenos Aires, 2011
  • London Design Week, Testbed 1, London, 2011
  • Architecture Biennale: NEXT, Moscow, 2011
  • 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces, V&A Museum, London, 2011
  • AJ Small Projects Awards, Interface FLOR Showroom, London, 2010
  • Prototypes and Experiments, Aram Gallery, London, 2010
  • Think Tank, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2009
  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 2009
  • London Yields, The Building Centre, London, 2009
  • Rank: Picturing the social order, 1516-2009, Leeds City Art Gallery, 2009
  • AOC: Cultural Approaches, British School at Rome, 2008
  • Experimental Architecture, Italian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2008
  • Evolving Norms of British Housing, RIBA, London, 2008
  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London 2008
  • Des Res, New London Architecture Centre, London, 2008
  • London’s Learning, Building Centre, London, 2007
  • Casa Décor, London Design Festival, London, 2007
  • 6 Practices: London, Center for Architecture, American Institute of Architects, New York, 2007
  • North & South, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, 2007
  • London Literature Festival, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, 2007
  • Blueprint For London, AF Yard Gallery, London 2007
  • In Your Back Yard, Ideal Home Show, 2007
  • Renaissance: The Revitalisation of Elephant and Castle, London College of Communications, 2007
  • Blueprint for London, New London Architecture Gallery, 2007
  • Designs on King’s Cross, New London Architecture Gallery, 2006
  • Changing London Schools, Building Design, London, 2006
  • Southwark Triangles, Unicorn Theatre, London, 2006
  • Compendium, RIBA, London, 2006
  • Oriki, Black Cultural Archive Kennington, London, 2005
  • Föhn, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, 2005
  • The Parachute Pavilion, Van Alen Institute, New York, 2005
  • 40 architects under 40, V&A Museum, London, 2005
  • Shrinking Cities, Deutsches Architektur Zentrums, Berlin, 2005
  • A New Centre For Architecture, The Ragged School, London, 2005

Publications

  • Time in Unit 9: A Comparison Between the Projected Life of the Drawing, the Residues of Living and Lived Experience, Tom Coward, The Hybrid Practitioner: Building, Teaching, Researching Architecture, KU Leuven Press, 2022
  • Invention in Action at the Museum of Childhood, Tom Coward, Participatory Practice in Space, Place, and Service Design, Vernon Press, 2022
  • Joy in Architecture: Evoking Emotions in Building, Geoff Shearcroft, Multiform: Architecture in an Age of Transition (Architectural Design), Jan 2021
  • Saved from the wrecking ball on a daily basis, Tom Coward, Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, UCL, 2020
  • Letter from Beijing, Tom Coward, Architectural Research Quarterly, Volume 21 / Issue 3, 2018
  • Forever, For everyone, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft, London Society, 2017
  • Putting the Green back into the Green, Tom Coward, Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings in Urban Heritage, 2016
  • The 7 LEDS of augmented reality, Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research no.7, 2014
  • Helmets and Homes, Tom Coward, 1914now, 2014
  • Tomorrow never dies, Geoff Shearcroft, RIBA Journal, March 2012
  • Domestic discovery: or sampling and synthesizing with Daft Punk, Geoff Shearcroft, P.E.A.R, Issue 3, May 2011
  • *Sample & Synthesis *(editorial), Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research no.3, 2011
  • My Kind of Town: The Thames Valley, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, September
  • Copy & Duplication, Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research No.1, July 2009
  • Peterlee: Failed ambitions for Attlee’s New Jerusalem, Geoff Shearcroft, Building Design, June 2009
  • Privately, in public: Opinion on Building Schools for the Future, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, January 2009
  • Inspiration: Lucy the Elephant, Tom Coward, Building Design, February 2008
  • Learning from the semi, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, February 2008
  • Learning from Milton Keynes, Geoff Shearcroft, Building Design, August 2007

Awards

  • RIBA Regional (South) Award 2024
  • AIA UK Design Awards Medium Project Commendation 2024
  • Civic Trust Regional Finalist (South East) 2024
  • Civic Trust Regional Finalist (Greater London) 2024
    • Public Building Architect of the Year shortlisted 2023
  • New London Awards, Housing shortlisted 2023
  • AJ Architecture Awards, Civic Project, shortlisted 2023
  • The Manser Medal – AJ House of the Year, shortlisted 2023
  • New London Awards, Best Workplace 2022
  • New London Awards, Best Cultural Building shortlisted 2022
  • W Awards, MJ Long Prize for Excellence in Practice, Hannah Stringer, shortlisted 2022
  • RIBA Regional Award shortlisted 2022
  • Don't Move, Improve! Unique Character Award 2022
  • AJ Retrofit Awards: Workplace Fit-out highly commended 2022
  • AJ Retrofit Awards: Cultural and Religious shortlisted 2022
  • Brick Awards shortlisted 2021
  • Housing Design Awards shortlisted 2021
  • RIBA Regional Award 2017
  • McEwen Award ‘Architecture for the Common Good’ shortlisted 2017
  • Design Museum’s Designs of the Year Award finalist 2016
  • AJ Retrofit Award Best Cultural Building 2016
  • Blueprint Awards Best Public-use project nomination 2016
  • Housing Design Award 2016
  • SCONUL Library Design Awards nomination 2015
  • Green Flag Award Best Green Spaces in the UK 2015
  • New London Architecture, Best Public Building nomination 2015
  • New London Architecture, New ideas for housing competition nomination 2015
  • Icon Interior of the Year shortlisted 2014
  • World Architecture Festival, Future Masterplan: NW Cambridge 2014
  • Civic Trust London Award nomination 2016
  • New London Architecture, ‘Don’t move, improve’, commendation 2013
  • Brick Awards, Best Education Building nomination 2012
  • New London Architecture, Best Education Building nomination 2012
  • Mendip Building Excellence Awards, Best domestic extension nomination 2012
  • WAN 21 Architects for 21st Century nomination 2012
  • AJ Small Projects Award nomination 2010
  • Young Architect of the Year Awards nomination 2008
  • Young Architect of the Year Awards nomination 2005
  • AJ Corus / 40 Architects Under 40 Winner 2005

Press

Books

  • Building Southwark: Architecture and Regeneration in a London Borough, Kenneth Powell, Merrell, March 2025
  • House London, White Lion Publishers, Ellie Stathaki, 2022
  • Multiform: Architecture in an age of transition (Architectural Design), Owen Hopkins, Erin McKellar, Wiley, 2021
  • Less is a Bore: Postmodern Architecture, Owen Hopkins, Phaidon, 2020
  • Designs of our Time: 10 Years of Designs of the Year, Deyan Sudjic, Design Museum Publishing, 2019
  • Post-Modern Buildings in Britain, Elaine Harwood, Geraint Franklin, Batsford, 2017
  • New Architects 3: Britain’s Best Emerging Architects, Architecture Foundation, Merrell, 2016
  • New Arcadians: Emerging UK Architects, Lucy Bullivant, Merrell, 2012
  • British Interior Design, Michelle Galindo, Braun, 2010
  • Worldwide Architecture, The next generation, ed. L.P.Puglisi, UTET Scienze Tecniche, 2010
  • Event Design, Links Books, Barcelona, 2009
  • The BLDGBLOG Book, Geoff Manaugh, Chronicle, San Francisco, 2010
  • Hatch: The new architectural generation, Kieran Long, Laurence King, London, 2008
  • Density Projects: 36 New Concepts on Collective Housing, A+T, Madrid, 2008
  • Spacecraft: Fleeting architecture & hideouts, L. Feireiss, Die Gestalten Verlag, Berlin, 2007

Talks

  • Bruno Latour symposium, Kingston University, 2023, We have always been Hybrid, Panel Chair, Tom Coward
  • Welsh School of Architecture, 2023, Designing for young people with autism, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Ebbsfleet Cultural Placemaking Showcase, 2023, Whitecliffe's Social Infrastructure, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Creative Estuary Symposium: Planning for Culture, 2023, Cultural colocation in Ebbsfleet, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Creativity Symposium, Kingston University, 2023, Looking for a tonic to computational bad-being, Tom Coward
  • Digital Research in the Humanities and Arts Conference, 2022, Co-designing a new Architecture curriculum during a pandemic, Tom Coward
  • Edinburgh Society of Architects, 2022, Sitting in the City, Tom Coward
  • Welsh School of Architecture, 2022, Southwark Heritage Centre & Walworth Library, Tom Coward
  • Oxford Architecture Society, 2022, Architecture is a verb, Tom Coward
  • Techne Congress, 2022, Shape Newham: Re-enchantment with the Public realm through the collective imagination, Tom Coward
  • Society of Architectural Historians GB, 2020, The provocative role of the domestic archive, Tom Coward
  • KU Leven, 2020, Time in Unit 9; Techniques and tools of the researcher, Tom Coward
  • AMPS, Florida State University, 2020, Experiential Design – Rethinking relations between people, objects and environments, Tom Coward
  • Kingston School of Art, 2019, Stranger Things: Designs for diverse publics, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal College of Art, 2019, Designs for a deliberative democracy, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Kingston University, 2019, Invention in Action Symposium, Tom Coward, Creativity Researchers
  • Kingston Museum / London Doctoral Design Centre, 2019, Another Land: Save our Fields, Tom Coward
  • Sir John Soane Museum, London, 2018, Postmodern Legacies: Geoff Shearcroft interviews Dirk Somers
  • International Theatre Engineering and Architecture Conference 2018, Places of performance: New Directions, Geoff Shearcroft
  • The London Society, 2018, Why design in the 21st century?, Tom Coward
  • Nottingham University, 2018, 20 years – from here to here, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal Academy of Arts. 2018, Towards an architecture of conversation, Tom Coward
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, London, 2017, Great British Buildings: Civic, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Brighton School of Architecture & Design, 2017, Critical Practice, Tom Coward
  • Brighton Architecture Series, 2017, Twin talks; Lost & Found, Tom Coward, The Pier
  • Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts, 2017, The City of Tomorrow, Tom Coward, Beijing Design Week
  • Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei, 2016, Putting the Green back into the Green, Tom Coward
  • Norwich University, 2016, Impractical Completion, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Lincoln School of Architecture, 2016, Contented space, Tom Coward
  • University of Kent, 2016, Messy Bits, Gill Lambert
  • Cass School of Art & Architecture, 2015, An architecture of things, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft,
  • Kingston University, 2015, Some current projects, Tom Coward
  • Aarhus School of Architecture, 2015, Trust in the maker, Gill Lambert
  • University of Newcastle, 2014, Curating and Constructing, Geoff Shearcroft
  • University of Cambridge, 2014, Housing in Cambridge, Tom Coward
  • University of Kingston, 2014, Pictures to sit in, Tom Coward
  • Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA, 2012, The post-suburban civic, Geoff Shearcroft
  • University of the West of England, 2012, People Making Places, Tom Coward
  • Ravensbourne, London, 2012, Sampling and Synthesising, Geoff Shearcroft
  • UCLA, Los Angeles, 2012, Ideas upon ideas upon ideas, Tom Coward
  • Architects for Health, South Bank University, 2012, Making Spaces for Children, Tom Coward
  • Yale School of Architecture, 2011, Sampling and Synthesising, AOC
  • Buenos Aires Biennale, 2011, Towards a popular architecture, Geoff Shearcroft
  • NEXT biennle, Moscow, 2011, AOC, Tom Coward,
  • Saint-Nazaire, France, 2010, From ‘Learning from’ to ‘Designing for’, Geoff Shearcroft, Archilife 010
  • London Metropolitan University, 2010, What happened to the Thames Gateway Dream?, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Canterbury School of Architecture, UCA, 2010, TV Town, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Central St Martins, 2010, Tell me a story, Tom Coward
  • Royal College of Art, 2010, In conversation, Mao and AOC
  • Oslo Society of Architects, 2010, Copy and Duplication, Tom Coward
  • London Metropolitan University, 2010, Practice Makes Imperfect, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Building Centre, London, 2009, Hearth House, Gill Lambert
  • University of Sheffield, 2009, Learning from Suburbia, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Royal Academy, London, 2009, We have Great Expectations, AOC
  • Royal College of Art, London, 2009, The Psycho-Geographers, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Manchester School of Architecture, 2009, Any Old City, AOC
  • Critical Cities Symposium, Stockholm, 2009, Inside looking in, Tom Coward
  • Building Schools for the Future, London, 2008, Creating Spaces, Geoff Shearcroft
  • The British School of Rome, 2008, Cultural Approaches, AOC
  • Grand Designs Live, 2008, My home must fit me, Tom Coward
  • University of Plymouth, 2008, Recent Work, Tom Coward
  • University of Cardiff, 2008, Recent Work, Tom Coward
  • Thinking Metropolis Biennial, Copenhagen, 2007, The Lift, AOC
  • Hafele Showroom, New York, 2007, New London Practices, AOC
  • Center for Architecture, New York, 2007, New London Practices, AOC
  • Turbine Hall, TATE Modern, 2007, Debate London, 2012 Wishlist, Tom Coward
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, 2007, Adventures in making, Gill Lambert
  • University of Bath, 2006, Three projects, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Central St Martins School of Art & Design, 2006, A moving train, AOC
  • Royal College of Art, 2006, Group Theor(ap)y, G4, Tom Coward
  • COAC, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, 2006, Agents Of Change, Geoff Shearcroft
  • London Metropolitan University, 2006, Public Nookie, Geoff Shearcroft
  • Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2006, Covering old ground, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Nottingham University, 2005, New Work, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft
  • Architecture Foundation, London, 2005, AOC: 3 Projects, Geoff Shearcroft

Exhibitions

  • Beazley Designs of the Year, Design Museum, London 2016
  • New ideas for Housing, New London Architecture, London, 2016
  • Don’t Move, Improve, New London Architecture, London 2013
  • BA11 Biennial, Buenos Aires, 2011
  • London Design Week, Testbed 1, London, 2011
  • Architecture Biennale: NEXT, Moscow, 2011
  • 1:1 Architects Build Small Spaces, V&A Museum, London, 2011
  • AJ Small Projects Awards, Interface FLOR Showroom, London, 2010
  • Prototypes and Experiments, Aram Gallery, London, 2010
  • Think Tank, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, 2009
  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London, 2009
  • London Yields, The Building Centre, London, 2009
  • Rank: Picturing the social order, 1516-2009, Leeds City Art Gallery, 2009
  • AOC: Cultural Approaches, British School at Rome, 2008
  • Experimental Architecture, Italian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2008
  • Evolving Norms of British Housing, RIBA, London, 2008
  • Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy, London 2008
  • Des Res, New London Architecture Centre, London, 2008
  • London’s Learning, Building Centre, London, 2007
  • Casa Décor, London Design Festival, London, 2007
  • 6 Practices: London, Center for Architecture, American Institute of Architects, New York, 2007
  • North & South, Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, 2007
  • London Literature Festival, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, 2007
  • Blueprint For London, AF Yard Gallery, London 2007
  • In Your Back Yard, Ideal Home Show, 2007
  • Renaissance: The Revitalisation of Elephant and Castle, London College of Communications, 2007
  • Blueprint for London, New London Architecture Gallery, 2007
  • Designs on King’s Cross, New London Architecture Gallery, 2006
  • Changing London Schools, Building Design, London, 2006
  • Southwark Triangles, Unicorn Theatre, London, 2006
  • Compendium, RIBA, London, 2006
  • Oriki, Black Cultural Archive Kennington, London, 2005
  • Föhn, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, 2005
  • The Parachute Pavilion, Van Alen Institute, New York, 2005
  • 40 architects under 40, V&A Museum, London, 2005
  • Shrinking Cities, Deutsches Architektur Zentrums, Berlin, 2005
  • A New Centre For Architecture, The Ragged School, London, 2005

Publications

  • Time in Unit 9: A Comparison Between the Projected Life of the Drawing, the Residues of Living and Lived Experience, Tom Coward, The Hybrid Practitioner: Building, Teaching, Researching Architecture, KU Leuven Press, 2022
  • Invention in Action at the Museum of Childhood, Tom Coward, Participatory Practice in Space, Place, and Service Design, Vernon Press, 2022
  • Joy in Architecture: Evoking Emotions in Building, Geoff Shearcroft, Multiform: Architecture in an Age of Transition (Architectural Design), Jan 2021
  • Saved from the wrecking ball on a daily basis, Tom Coward, Paper for Emerging Architectural Research, UCL, 2020
  • Letter from Beijing, Tom Coward, Architectural Research Quarterly, Volume 21 / Issue 3, 2018
  • Forever, For everyone, Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft, London Society, 2017
  • Putting the Green back into the Green, Tom Coward, Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings in Urban Heritage, 2016
  • The 7 LEDS of augmented reality, Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research no.7, 2014
  • Helmets and Homes, Tom Coward, 1914now, 2014
  • Tomorrow never dies, Geoff Shearcroft, RIBA Journal, March 2012
  • Domestic discovery: or sampling and synthesizing with Daft Punk, Geoff Shearcroft, P.E.A.R, Issue 3, May 2011
  • *Sample & Synthesis *(editorial), Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research no.3, 2011
  • My Kind of Town: The Thames Valley, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, September
  • Copy & Duplication, Tom Coward, P.E.A.R. Paper for emerging architectural research No.1, July 2009
  • Peterlee: Failed ambitions for Attlee’s New Jerusalem, Geoff Shearcroft, Building Design, June 2009
  • Privately, in public: Opinion on Building Schools for the Future, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, January 2009
  • Inspiration: Lucy the Elephant, Tom Coward, Building Design, February 2008
  • Learning from the semi, Geoff Shearcroft, Architecture Today, February 2008
  • Learning from Milton Keynes, Geoff Shearcroft, Building Design, August 2007

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