As architects we are stimulated by the things we see and touch and so an appreciation of craft, materiality and cultural resonance permeates our work. We aim to create tactile and sculptural projects, evolved through these interests and in response to the unique challenges of brief, landscape or context. 

Graeme Williamson Architects comes into realisation from the London office of NORD. Following eight years as the company's London Director, GWA currently works across a range of sectors which include Private Homes, Arts and Energy projects.

We are expanding our portfolio through commercial (Public) projects for hospitality, developer and local authority clients, with both housing and hotel design becoming an integral part of the practice output.  

Graeme is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, where he teaches architectural design. He lives and works in East London where his studio is based.

*Critically acclaimed work, such as the RIBA award winning Shingle House in Dungeness and Stirling Prize nominated Electricity Substation for London 2012 are credited as Copyright NORD Architecture along with a selection of built and unbuilt projects.