Kilburn Nightingale Architects is an award-winning practice with an international reputation for good design. Established in 1986 (as Cullum and Nightingale Architects), we have developed a close-knit professional team with experience across a wide range of projects both in Britain and abroad.
This includes masterplans and the development of estate strategies, eco-sensitive and environmentally sustainable buildings, educational buildings, libraries, galleries, museums and cultural buildings. Theatres and performance spaces, hotels and restaurants, residential buildings and houses for private clients, embassies and public institutions, commercial, industrial and office buildings, restoration and extension of listed and historic buildings, interior and furniture design.
We have a flexible, open approach to design and believe in establishing a dialogue with our clients in order to produce good buildings which respond to their needs. Our work ranges from small to large scale - we enjoy the challenge of new projects and unfamiliar territory. We design buildings that are sustainable, durable and flexible and which give enjoyment to their users. We firmly believe in the capacity of architecture to improve people's lives.
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- Kilburn Nightingale have received a number of prizes for their work. We have won the British Expertise
Consultancy Project of the YearAward for the new British High Commission in Kampala, Uganda, presented by HRH the Duke of Gloucester. The new High Commission also won an RIBA International Award and was runner up for the Lubetkin Prize earlier in the year. Most recently, our work on the new Emmanuel College Library project in Cambridge was recognised, winning an RIBA 'Spirit of Ingenuity' Award.