We believe buildings need to do more for us.
Help us be more productive, friendlier & inspired.
We consider how people will move, think, behave & feel in & about our buildings.
We partner with people who have a point of view & aspire to achieve remarkable designs.
Founded by friends, we bring together our ideas and our clients’ ambitions to achieve simple, elegant and distinctive solutions.
This alchemy produces a tailored response that is inventive in materials chosen & meticulously detailed.
Our winning schemes for Airbnb HQ & The Crown Estate demonstrate an understanding of the importance of work-life integration & how effective workspaces need to be aligned to how we live now. We are working with Croydon’s Brick by Brick across three schemes for private & affordable homes. We are experts in delivering outstanding projects in sensitive rural locations including National Parks and World Heritage Sites.
Everything we make has a positive footprint.
57 Bayham Place,
T 020 8969 2323
Threefold Architecture Ltd.
Registered in England and Wales no. 07080058
Design & Code: Studio Thomas
We currently have no positions available but are always interested to receive applications from talented people.
Please email CV's and portfolios (max 10mb) to [email protected]
BID (Hons), BArch (Hons), MArch
Bernardo joined Threefold as Studio Manager. He is a qualified architect with experience in working on a broad range of design projects from buildings, furniture, model making to development of brand concepts and art exhibitions. Bernardo is responsible for co-ordinating new business strategies, pitching for new work, preparing bids and curating and managing Threefold’s events. He is responsible for the day-to-day running of the studio including administrative support, marketing, HR and overseeing suppliers and consultants.
Bernardo maintains a close connection with academia. He has previously been an Assistant Lecturer at the University of Kent where he is now enrolled in a PhD to research public spaces, conflictual collaboration and public participation as a way to develop durable and resilient urban spaces.