Wright & Wright is an award-winning architectural practice
based in London. Formed in 1994, the practice has built a strong
portfolio of projects in the UK for prestigious clients in the cultural,
education, housing and office sectors. A key element of the practice’s
work focuses on developing designs to support those with a range
of special needs. All projects are underpinned by a commitment to
delivering the highest quality buildings and to supporting clients
through every stage and aspect of a project.
We are recruiting. If you are interested in joining the practice, we would like to hear from you.
The Mackintosh Phoenix Must Be Allowed to Rise Again.
St John’s College
The 17th-century St John’s College Library
is housed within one of the greatest
architectural quadrangles in Oxford,
Proposals are to refurbish this and
link to a new Study Centre, with
state-of-the-art facilities, including
archives for the college’s special
The building is being designed to have
a zero carbon footprint.
St Bride’s Church
Wright & Wright are designing the permanent exhibition about Wren, which will be in the crypt as part of the Inspire Legacy Project.
St Bride’s is the tallest of Sir Christopher Wren’s City churches. Due to its location in Fleet Street, it has a long association with journalists and newspapers. The church is a distinctive sight on London's skyline and is clearly visible from a number of locations.
On our appointment to the project, David Dewing, Director of the Geffrye Museum, said:
“Wright & Wright Architects are an excellent choice for the museum; they have a strong record of award-winning work with heritage buildings, sensitive sites and complex problems. They are listeners and have the interests of visitors, users and the general public at heart. We are looking forward to working in partnership with our local and wider communities”.
Work is now progressing towards the HLF Stage 1 application.
The main phase of the new library project started on site in June 2014. The first two enabling works packages to transform the Buckler Library and to extend out into the Longwall Quadrangle were completed earlier this year.
RIBA Regional Award and
Client of the Year Award for remarkable Headteacher Rachel Davies
“It was a humbling experience for us to visit this incredible school, which has been designed with great care and consideration for its staff and pupils. We got a real sense that this has been a labour of love, grit and determination where architect and client have worked incredibly hard to achieve something very worthwhile and valuable”.
RIBA Awards Assessor