Simpson & Brown was founded over 35 years ago, and now aspires to be one of the leading architectural practices in the United Kingdom specialising in scholarly conservation work, the creative adaptation and beneficial re-use of existing buildings, and the design of environmentally sound new buildings.
The practice has established a reputation for high quality work and undertakes commissions throughout the United Kingdom and overseas, with projects ranging from the conservation, repair and restoration of major historic structures to the design of elegant contemporary buildings, often in a sensitive landscape or historic context.
Simpson & Brown has a longstanding allegiance to the traditional Vitruvian principles of good design – firmness, commodity and delight – combined with a strong commitment to the ecological and environmental imperatives of modern working. The practice has developed a deep understanding of the use of traditional materials and construction methods, together with local building techniques and resources, which manifests itself throughout the work of the firm.
To view examples of some of our work please view the categories to the left. Alternatively browse through our project archive, a collection of some of Simpson & Brown's projects dating back to 1977. If you would like any further information about the practice or specific project please contact us.
Left: Blackburn House
Right: Chapel of St. Albert the Great