His architectural-design practice has won numerous awards; in 2014 it was shortlisted for the RICS Building Conservation
Award. Jonathan Tuckey’s look may be cool and pared down, but there’s also a sensitive focus on natural materials, and a confident eye for maximising space. In autumn 2014, ‘Urban Shed’, the practice’s concept for an
industrial-style family home, was featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs.
Jonathan founded his practice in 2001, having worked for David Chipperfield Architects and Fletcher Priest Architects. There is a team of 15 designers and architects at the W10 studio, with an emphasis on ‘bringing new life to old buildings and remodelling existing buildings for new uses’.
Exciting ongoing projects include the refurbishment of the iconic shop Egg in Knightsbridge and the interior architectural design for apartments at the King’s Cross Gasholder Triplet project. Other commissions include the remodelling of a barn in Hammersmith and the interior of a Grade II-listed building in Westminster.
Which interior designer would you hire?
‘, because her background and work as a theatre designer allows her to approach interiors projects with a fresh pair of eyes. Her solutions have a raw quality unhindered by adherence to the latest thing.’