Keith Williams Architects is a multi-award winning architectural design practice with a fast growing international reputation for the creation of dramatic, innovative, sustainable architecture. Founded in 2001, the firm has received more than 40 major design and construction awards for its projects. The London based firm works across a broad range of sectors and private clients and is a leading specialist designer of museum, gallery, library, civic and performing arts buildings.
The firm’s broader portfolio includes commercial development, residential projects, high rise towers, one off high end houses, urban design and masterplanning studies. With projects undertaken in Ireland, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Pakistan, Italy, and across the UK, the firm has worked internationally across a range of project scale and type.
The firm currently employs a multi-national multi-lingual staff of architects and designers, in the firm’s central London studio, where Keith Williams working alongside fellow director Richard Brown, personally initiates and oversees the design and construction of all of the practice’s commissions. Each new project is developed in close consultation with the firm’s clients, ensuring that every scheme is as closely tailored to client requirements, cost and project delivery, and to the highest possible quality that project budgets can provide.
The architectural team places great emphasis on effective project management, co-ordination and cost control and has undertaken projects with values from £2 million to £90+ million and 40,000 sqm gross floor area.
The firm’s core range of skills include:
• Full architectural services from inception to completion
• Leading specialisation in buildings for civic, cultural and arts sectors
• Architectural Competitions
• Sustainable Building Design
• Urban design and masterplan strategies
• Interior Design and Space Planning Services
• Product Design
Keith Williams Architects has been very successful in numerous high profile architectural competitions both national and international, and its work has been published worldwide. "Keith Williams : Architecture of the Specific", the first major monograph on the firm’s work was published in January 2010.