Practice Architecture is a design-build practice working on small scale projects with an emphasis on pragmatic design. The process of learning is key to the practice, each project presenting an opportunity to acquire new skills and new understanding of design. Practice Architecture has a hands on approach engaging with every stage of a project; inception, programme, design, construction and installation. The construction process, often with teams of volunteers, means the architecture has an integral relationship with how it was made and who by. 

The team created the hugely successful Frank's Cafe on the the roof of a car park in Peckham and have recently completed an outdoor frame structure and amphitheatre at Roche Court

Practice Architecture is directed by Paloma Gormley, Lettice Drake and Henry Stringer. 
Visit their site for more info on how you can visit the projects and keep up to date with new works.

Roche Court

Frank's Cafe