Hannah is a Chartered Architect with 20 years of professional experience. She has a background of working on a variety of different projects, with a particular focus on community and education schemes and the extension and remodelling of buildings on complex and sensitive sites.

 She was formerly an Associate Director at Greenhill Jenner Architects where she lead many projects including a major extension to St Joseph’s Hospice in Hackney, the transformation of the Therapy Centre in Mile End Hospital and education projects that have improved and extended the learning environment of quite a few primary schools.

Her interest in young people and education extends to her role as a governor at a local school and the studio’s involvment in the Open City Architecture in Schools programme.


Warren is an award-winning architect with extensive experience on housing and mixed-use projects and an interest in historic architecture and contemporary design in sensitive settings. He is a talented illustrator often providing the artwork for local community events.

Warren previously worked as a Director at Julian Cowie Architects and Associate Director at Latitude Architects. His project experience includes substantial housing schemes including a mixed use residential and retail scheme in Hackney Road and the redevelopment of two methodist church sites in North London.

As well as winning a RIBA London architecture award, the bus driver facility in Dagenham, completed while he was working at Julian Cowie Architects, also featured in Time Out’s ‘Top ten toilets – 2010’

He is listed on the RIBA Conservation Register and is a member of Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) and has a RIBA diploma in Project Management.