Studio Cherry was founded in 2015 by Hannah Cherry and Warren Williams to bring together their complimentary experience in the design and construction of residential, mixed use, schools, community and healthcare as well as more unusual projects.
We provide a professional and hands-on service tailored to the scale of each project. Our particular specialism is helping clients navigate through the design process from feasibility to construction and we have been successful at obtaining planning permissions within sensitive areas and for listed buildings.
Each project is grounded on:
- A close working relationship with the client
- Careful investigation of the site and how existing qualities of space, light and context can inform the design
- Exploring and analysing alternative design possibilities
- Communicating ideas with easy to understand illustrations
- A robust understanding of technical and pragmatic requirements
- Attention to detail to ensure continuity of vision through to completion on site
Who we are
BSc(Hons) BArch ARB RIBA
Hannah has a background of working principally on community and education schemes. These have involved extensive engagement with multiple stakeholders and working to tight programmes on complex and sensitive sites.
Her interest in young people, education and the community extends to her role as a governor at a local school, the studio’s mentoring role in Open City’s Architecture in Schools programme and involvement in a local park group.
She was formerly an Associate Director at Greenhill Jenner Architects where she worked 14 years. Projects she led included 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 a number of primary schools.
BSc(Hons) BArch ARB CR DipPM
Warren is an award-winning architect with extensive experience on housing and mixed-use projects. He is a talented illustrator often providing the artwork for local community events.
Warren has an enthusiasm for the historic environment, particularly in how old structures can be adapted for contemporary use. He is listed on the RIBA Conservation Register and is a member of Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB), the Vernacular Architecture Group and has a RIBA diploma in Project Management.
Warren previously worked as a Director at Julian Cowie Architects and Associate Director at Latitude Architects.
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’