Founded in 1995, Henley Halebrown Rorrison (previously known as Buschow Henley) has established itself as an award-winning architectural studio with expertise in contextual new development, adaptive reuse and the sensitive renovation of historical buildings.
Recognising that buildings form the foundations of society, the partners - Simon Henley, Gavin Hale-Brown and Ken Rorrison – strive to make enduring architecture that supports the community it serves and has a human, ethical and cultural dimension.
The London based practice works across a number of sectors including education, the arts, housing, healthcare, offices, masterplanning and urban regeneration in the firm belief that excellent buildings are not the product of specialisation but are achieved by applying knowledge learnt on all building types. Resultant buildings and schemes are responsive to the needs of both client and user, as well as to their context.
Henley Halebrown Rorrison has won a number of prestigious awards, including Healthcare Architect of the Year 2008 and RIBA Awards for Junction Arts and Civic Centre, Goole (2010); the assembly hall and music school, St. Benedict’s School (2009); for offices and studios for TalkBack Thames (2002) and the Shepherdess Walk mixed-use building (2000).
Most recently, the practice has been Highly Commended in the inaugural WAN 21 for 21 Awards, which highlight 21 outstanding, forward-thinking architects and the leading lights of architecture in the 21st century.
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38 Kingsland Road
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