Mole Architects
Rory Gardiner
Mole Architects

Mole Architects

Mole Architects is one of the most critically acclaimed contemporary architecture practises working in Britain today. Founded by Meredith Bowles in 1996, the practice has won a number of awards, the most significant of which is the RIBA Manser Medal, awarded to Mole in 2004 for the design of a house in Cambridgeshire (the Manser Medal is awarded for the best one-off house by an architect in the UK). Mole Architects are particularly interested in producing designs appropriate for their local context, combining traditional materials and techniques with a more contemporary attitude to design and building." - The Modern House 2009