In June 2010 Buschow Henley became Henley Halebrown Rorrison.
The practice was founded in 1995 and has established itself as an award-winning architectural studio with expertise in contextual new development and adaptive reuse. Recognising that buildings form the foundations of society the partners have always strived to make enduring architecture that supports the community it serves and has a human, ethical and cultural dimension.
In the last 13 years the practice has consistently won work in all sectors, gaining industry recognition in the early years as a shortlisted practice for the Young Architect of the Year Awards and later with a portfolio of built work as Building Design Healthcare Architect of the Year 2008. Projects have been exhibited at the Royal Institute of British Architects and the V&A, London and the Van Alen Institute, New York.
Looking forward to the year ahead, in 2010 Henley Halebrown Rorrison will complete the following projects: Waldron Square, Lewisham, South London, the latest phase of the area masterplan for Waldron health centre; Baldry Gardens Health Centre, a £3 million new-build development for a GP practice in Streatham, South London; the landscaping of Buckland Court, Shoreditch to promote health and horticulture within the estate.