Founded in 1990, London based Guy Greenfield Architects design contemporary buildings and products that have a rational logic combined with sculptural qualities. Each project responds carefully to brief, context and user needs. Stirling Prize finalists in 2001, the practice is particularly concerned with attention to detail, quality, materials and innovation.
Guy Greenfield was born in Birmingham in 1959. He studied building technology at Brunel University, followed by Oxford School of Architecture and Cornel University, USA. He qualified in 1986. Since its inception in 1990, the practice has worked on a number of health projects, private residences and has designed and developed a number of waterfront residential schemes.
In 2001 it completed the Hammersmith Doctor’s Surgery, gaining RIBA Awards and becoming a finalist for the Stirling Prize. Extensively published, the project led to numerous health projects. In 2005, the practice completed its own seafront residential development, Nautilus in Westward Ho, Devon. It is currently working on 2 more of its own residential development projects alongside private residential commissions.