Ziba Adrangi
Director

Ziba has worked for a number of prominent architectural practices in London at senior positions including at director level. Throughout her professional career, she has enjoyed remaining closely involved with her projects and clients from the earliest stages of design right through to delivery.

She has expertise in urban design and architecture and has been responsible for residential projects for clients including local authorities, housing associations and private developers. She has been instrumental in formulating innovative solutions to specialist housing such as housing for the elderly and the temporary housing of families. Her projects have often involved extensive stakeholder consultation and been delivered in multiple phases through a variety of funding mechanisms.

Ziba has been a visiting critic at schools of architecture, served on national bodies including the Building Regulations Advisory Committee and RIBA Housing Group and judged entries for regeneration awards. She studied architecture at the University of Cambridge. Her earlier years in practice involved work on buildings for the arts, academic institutions, schools and universities.

Jordan Perlman
Director

Jordan studied at the University of Cape Town in South Africa and worked for a leading design practice on projects including the Robben Island Museum and ferry terminal in Cape Town, De Beers headquarters in Johannesburg and regeneration work in District 6 in central Cape Town.

Over the past 10 years, his work with a major UK housing practice has focused primarily on complex residential and mixed-use projects. Working with private developers, housing associations and local authorities, he has led a number of high profile London schemes including projects at King’s Cross and Lewisham Gateway.

Through his work, Jordan has gained insight into housing policy and standards as well as the complexities of the planning process, procurement and construction. His consistent approach across all stages of design has enabled him to be effective in delivering solutions that are both creative and practical.

Jordan has a particular interest in, and knowledge of housing typologies and their role in simultaneously addressing spatial, environmental, social and economic issues. He has been visiting critic at schools of architecture in the UK, taken part in a number of competitions and been involved with research-based schemes.

Staff – past and present

Akiva Lawson
Davide Argentieri
Guilherme Cunha
Javier Domingo
Joana Cardoso
Jordan Perlman
Khaled Haj Hussein
Lukas Vegys
Mishael Ainsworth
Richard Sharp
Sonny He
Thomas Leach
Vanessa Weyer
Yen Ah Kom
Ziba Adrangi