Charles Holland Architects
Charles Holland Architects is an international architecture and design studio. Our work is multi-disciplinary in scope and includes buildings, exhibitions, public art and urban design as well as teaching and research.
We work at a variety of scales from that of the the city masterplan to the domestic interior and for public, private and residential clients. Current projects include two new houses - one in the UK and the other in Holland - the regeneration of an historic high street, a series of public artworks in east Kent and a new house and studio for a graphic designer in south London.
Before forming CHA, Charles was a founding director of Ordinary Architecture and a director of FAT. Whilst at FAT he was the director in charge of a number of key projects including A House For Essex, the practice's collaboration with Grayson Perry.
Alongside his practice activities Charles is involved in teaching, writing and research. He is a Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton and a Visiting Tutor at the Royal College of Art. He is a member of Design Review Panels for Harrow and Southwark and is an External Examiner at Birmingham City University. He writes a monthy column for the RIBA Journal and contributes to numerous other publications and industry forums.