Wright & Wright Architects is an award-winning architectural practice based in London, with a reputation for design flair and imaginative responses to significant historic settings. The practice enjoys researching the meaning and evolution of sites over time and schemes are always the result of a considered response to context, adding to and enriching the historical continuum. Wright & Wright has excellent relationships with heritage bodies such as Historic England as well as local planning authorities.
The practice focuses on creating contemporary yet sensitive solutions for museums, libraries, archives and educational institutions. Its list of distinguished clients includes colleges at Oxford and Cambridge, the V&A, the Royal College of Art and The National Gallery. Recent projects include the Taylor Library at Corpus Christi College Cambridge and the practice has won two prestigious commissions - a new Library & Archive for Lambeth Palace and a transformative scheme for the Geffrye Museum.