Threefold Architects

We believe buildings need to do more for us. Help us be more productive, friendlier & inspired.

New - Pocket Living

Recently completed office fit-out for Pocket Living

Threefold is delighted to be shortlisted for the BD Architect of the Year Awards 2019!

Thursday Throwback of our Tribeca Penthouse, one of our small projects submitted for this year’s Architect of the Year Awards.


Facade Studies for Brick X Brick

1500km and 6 days later...Matt has arrived in Cannes!


Framing diverse ways of working

Life on the road for our director Matt enroute to @mipimworld


View - Brick x Brick

Three schemes in Croydon for Brick x Brick are underway.

View - Brick x Brick

Elevation - Brick x Brick

We’ve been using various media to develop the façade of our 70-unit residential & office scheme in Haringey.


We consider how people will move, think, behave & feel in & about our buildings. 

Threefold have completed the extensive restoration, conversion and extension of two derelict late-19th century former commercial buildings in North London, creating four new apartments for contemporary urbanites.


Our new project in #clerkenwell is now on site - check out the bespoke #douglasfir profiles on the #joinery wall!


We consider how people will move, think, behave & feel in & about our buildings. 

Development sketches of our #newbuild house design in #Whitstable - bringing the established #mocktudor style of the area into the 21st century


"Two pavilions designed by Threefold Architects, situated at either end of a south London garden, draw material inspiration from the construction of the original house and bracket a new swimming pool, created as part of the same project. The architect proposed two “simple brick buildings with a shared architectural language”, connected by a stone path running along the garden’s northern boundary."

Architecture Today

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Kicking off 2019 by taking a moment to look back and reflect on some of our achievements from the last...





Garden Pavilions - Featured in Architects Journal, Archdaily, Dezeen and Architecture Today

Internal studies of a series of meeting ‘caves’ for one of our new workspace projects


#sneakpeak ‘Under the Hood’ of our latest residential project in Greenwich, which is nearing completion!


Model - A workplace without boundaries

View - A workplace without boundaries

Runner up for Workspace without Boundaries competition for Lendlease

“We were struck by Threefold’s powerful concept design and impressed by their beautiful scheme which addressed the landscape so well.”


Feeling festive this morning with a bit of woodcutting for our Christmas cards!


“Our new workspace really embodies Pocket Living – elegant and affordable, playful and functional, a design which responds directly to its place in the city. The simple architectural intervention successfully organises the space and has become the backbone of the office, its created a calm and studious atmosphere giving us the perfect balance of lively collaboration and quiet concentration. Threefold were great to work with, they really got us and have delivered a great scheme on time and on budget “ Angharad Palmer - Pocket Living

Composition - A collaborative cloud for Virgin

A Co-living Co-mmunity

Sketch - A home for Airbnb

A home for Airbnb

A splash of colour to brighten up a grey day...excited to see our our new sign, ready to be installed outside the office!


Our ongoing projects will deliver over 100 homes across five London boroughs and 100,000 sqft of modern workspace.

Elevation studies for some of our latest housing schemes testing balconies, brickwork and bays


Model - Rescuing a ruin

View - Cloak house

Model - A future office for the Crown Estate

An orangery for Airbnb

Elevation studies - Whitstable new build 

News: Website launch. Thank you to all those who worked with us - Studio Thomas,  Deb Khan, Andy Donohoe and the Threefold team.

View - A living and working community

We are VERY excited to launch our new identity and website!


We partner with people who have a point of view & aspire to achieve remarkable designs

Fresh out of the #3Dprinter is a contextual massing model for our new farm manager’s house, located within the #DartmoorNationalPark


View - A sky space for Tribeca

Pavilions within a garden

View - A farmstead on Dartmoor

Planning Permission granted for new farmstead in Dartmoor National Park

View - A farmstead on Dartmoor

View - Homes for horses in the national park

View - A future office for the Crown Estate

Model - An island hotel

‘Threefold undertook one of the most difficult assignments, to design and obtain consent for a new dwelling in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. Now consent has been secured and appreciated, the design has been exceptionally well received. Threefold have proven to be in a league of their own, best in class and a team we will continue to work with at every opportunity’. Charles Godfrey – Dartmoor Farmer

Part of the process....kicking off the week with some model making!


A view into Central London 

Where brewery meets bar

Model - A future office for Crown Estate

View - A new storey for co-living community

Making a splash with the completion of our pair of Garden Pavilions for contemplation and wellness set at either end of a mature garden in South London. Perfect timing for this glorious weather we’re having!


Everything we make has a positive footprint.

A secret garden house

View - A sky space for Tribeca

A secret garden house

An elevation of an upcoming extension 

We formed Threefold to enhance the way in which people live and work.

View - An island hotel

View - An island hotel

We harness technology, innovative modes of construction and our clients ambitions to deliver simple elegant and distinctive solutions.

Field work - Homes for horses in the national park

Drawing - Homes for horses in the national park

Planning permission has been granted for an Equestrian Facility in the South Downs National Park.

Model - A campus for Ella's Kitchen 

Plan - A rural community

Elevation - Homes for horses in the national park