Sue Carr

Principal

“I’m fascinated by subtlety in design. When you put all the subtleties together, the whole can be very strong.”

Dan Cox

Director

“Our passion is building lasting relationships with our clients through a highly collaborative and engaging design process, ultimately underpinned by mutual respect and trust.”

Chris McCue

Director Architecture

“Anchoring to a sense of context and history means that we aren’t distracted by fads and produce considered work that lasts.”

Susan Standring

Practice Director

“My focus is providing strategic direction and leadership of the practice and across projects to continuously improve our service. Part of the creative ethos is to innovate and push for perfection. This is fundamental to the culture of Carr.”

 

Maurice Toniolo

Senior Associate

“Bringing a design outline into realisation through detailed documentation and monitoring design adherence on site is instrumental to our end to end client service offer. This is what drives me.”

Ana Sá

Associate

“As architects and designers we strive to create a sense of place by challenging design preconceptions, valuing craftsmanship and collaborating with the construction industry, all the while fulfilling the aspirations of our clients.”

Rosie Morley

Associate

“I’m interested in creating meaningful and unique environments; spaces that serve the public but also fulfill a client’s brand and vision.”

David Brooks

Associate

“Timelessness stems from a refined and honest response to context, user experience and materiality at the macro and micro level.”

 

Lucy Cuthbertson

Associate

“Thoughtful design stems from a collaborative approach to space, form, light and most importantly people.”

Stephen McGarry

Associate

“A fundamental of any Architect is the importance of looking intensely at a place in order to create a building that is specific to its context and in conversation with structures around it.”

Aaron Wooster

Associate

“The experience of space, light, tactility and place are integral. An approach that considers all aspects of context, functionality and architecture, but resists fashion and trend, is important in  producing a design language that is pure and timeless.”