studio partington
award winning architects

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Adam Cornish - Director

Studio Partington is a multi-award winning design practice based in Hackney, London. Our team of architects has experience in a broad range of fields, having been fortunate to work with a variety of interesting people and organistations over the years. Our project portfolio includes public and community buildings, mixed-use developments, low-energy houses, offices, urban design, building research and guidance writing.  Our approach recognises the potential of good architecture to enhance the public realm, strengthen communities and minimise environmental impact.


Colin Davis - Director

Colin is an experienced architect who has been involved at Studio Partington since its formation in 1998, during which time he has completed a large number of significant residential, commercial, and masterplanning projects. As general manager, Colin is responsible for the strategic management of procedures and systems, business planning, finance and quality assurance. Colin was lead director for Putney Plaza £33m mixed-use, mixed-tenure high-rise scheme in South London completed in 2016. Colin is currently leading on the construction of Hox Park, Runnymede, Surrey student housing.


Victoria Kirk - Director

Victoria has been involved with Studio Partington since 2001; administering and managing all aspects of the practice, supervising the financial affairs and internal organisation. Victoria has acquired extensive experience in supervising numerous contracts and provides project management and coordination for a variety of projects. This includes administering the documentation for project appointments and building contracts. Victoria has contributed to the content, design, production and delivery of a number of our publications and guides including: 'The advantages of new homes', which features Victoria's illustrations of older homes. Originally trained in fashion and textiles design, illustration and printmaking, Victoria was awarded a Masters in Sustainable Textiles Design from Chelsea College of Arts