Founded in 2001 by Anthony Hudson, Hudson Architects is an award- winning architecture and design practice based in London and Norfolk. The practice’s portfolio of projects is as highly creative as it is diverse and spans a rich spectrum of clients including community groups, private individuals, urban development consortia and commercial developers. In the housing sector, Hudson Architects has set new standards in domestic architectural design, with award winning projects such as Baggy House, Drop House and Cedar House. Civic projects include the development of Henry Moore Square for The Castleford Project (the world’s first televised regeneration initiative), 2007; Stoneleigh Road
Managed Workspace for the Haringey Council, both completed in 2007; Salvation Army Chelmsford,
2009; Open Youth Centre, Norwich, 2009.