We are a modern practice that creates beautiful buildings of uncompromised quality following the tradition of Alfred Waterhouse's original practice.
Alfred Waterhouse established his own practice in 1854. He believed passionately in the worth and intellect of the common man and saw it as his mission to promote this in the buildings he designed.
His major work was the Natural History Museum. His building for the Prudential in Holborn, London, now houses English Heritage. His work always included the work of artists and craftsman. The practice won the RIBA gold medal in 1878.
Today, Waterhouse Architects remains true to these founding principles dedicated to building artistic, beautiful and functional buildings for caring and discerning clients.
31 Queen Elizabeth Street