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. We have worked for clients including the National Trust, the British Council, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the London Borough of Croydon. Current projects include a major new public space in south London, a number of new houses, a public artwork on the North Downs Way and a forthcoming exhibition at the RIBA.
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 Professor at the ABK in Stuttgart. He is a member of Design Review Panels for Harrow and Design South East and is an External Examiner at University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury. He writes regularly about architecture and design and contributes to numerous other publications and industry forums.
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