Hugh Strange

Hugh Strange established his practice in 2011 following the completion of the award-winning Strange House. The building has been internationally published and won awards from the RIBA, AIA and the Wood Awards. The practice has recently completed an architecture archive set within a working farmyard in Somerset for a private collector that uses thick cross-laminated timber construction without any insulation, external cladding or internal lining. This has won a RIBA national Award and been nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award 2015.

In its projects Hugh Strange Architects seeks to combine a rigorous approach to construction with sensitivity to context and scale.

In parallel with his practice Hugh teaches a post-Graduate Unit at Kingston University, is editor of Building Design magazine’s Technical Section and is a member of the South East Regional Design Panel and Lewisham Design Review Panel.