Formed in 1997, BuckleyGrayYeoman is an award-winning architecture and design practice based in Shoreditch, London. Directed by Paul White and Matt Yeoman, the firm provides pragmatic and deliverable solutions to complex design issues. With an expanding portfolio of work across a range of sectors including offices, residential, retail, hotels, schools and masterplanning, BuckleyGrayYeoman prides itself on delivering projects on time and within budget, regardless of the size or complexity of the challenge.
Founded on the premise that outstanding results require careful planning and an intuitive approach, BuckleyGrayYeoman’s designs adapt and respond to the context of each project to create intelligent and enduring architecture. Recently completed projects include the award-winning Buckley Building for Derwent London, Henry Wood House, a stylish co-working space for The Office Group, Channing School, an independent girls’ school in North London and Pure Aldgate, a 417 room student residential building in East London. The practice has extensive experience in the retail sector and is retained as the worldwide retail design consultant for the fashion brand Fred Perry.
BuckleyGrayYeoman is currently working on major workplace projects including the office development at Bishopsgate Goodsyard in London and the Bonded Warehouse, a major office development in a historic building as part of the Granada Studios regeneration in Manchester. The practice has worked with London’s largest homelessness resource centre, the Passage, for a number of years and will complete a refurbishment of the charity’s HQ and day centre in 2016.