Lyn Atelier is an architecture, interiors, exhibition and theatre design practice committed to creating rich and engaging experiences through simple quality design. We work with our clients to understand, research and develop a brief together seeking to create challenging, intelligently thought through and well constructed projects.
With our experience across a diverse range of three dimensional design disciplines we have developed strong working relationships with specialists such as curators, education consultants, graphic designers, interactive designers, artists, services and structural engineers and contractors.
Our projects range from buildings and exhibitions to performances and urban landscapes. We have a track record of delivering extraordinary projects on time and on budget.
Andrew Lock has worked in the theatre, exhibition and architecture sectors for over ten years. His clients have included Southbank Centre, The British Library and The Barbican Centre. He trained at Motley and worked in theatre design before working with architecture and design practices and setting up his own company. He specializes in bringing his understanding of the arts to the built environment, with projects ranging from working with Sir Peter Hall to design the interior of the Rose Theatre in Kingston to creating interactive environments with leading children’s theatre company Theatre-rites, to winning a RIBA competition to design a mobile performance and event venue.
Daniel Beardsley joined as a partner in December 2014 and brings over 17 years experience in the design and implementation of retail, residential and commercial projects.
Retail clients include Harrods, Selfridges, Kurt Geiger, Hobbs and Anya Hindmarch.Commercial clients include Talk Talk, Frank PR and Oyster Partners.Daniel has completed many residential projects up to the value of £2.5m for both private clients and developers.
A founding partner and practicing architect, Mirei Yoshida has worked at various offices including David Chipperfield and Allies and Morrison in London. She has taught at academic institutions both in the UK and Japan. In 2006 she was appointed senior lecturer at University of East London. She has run a variety of architectural workshops such as Junior London Open House and “Self – Build City” in Meguro city museum. In 2009 she was appointed as Curator Gallery ROM for Kunst og Arkitektur (an independent art and architecture gallery)in Oslo.