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We create contemporary
contextual architecture
Matthew Lloyd Architects Smw 10Matthew Lloyd Architects Fpbc 10Matthew Lloyd Architects Sme 10Matthew Lloyd Architects Vcb 10Matthew Lloyd Architects Rpe 10
We create contemporary
contextual architecture
We achieve outstanding and successful planning outcomes for our clients, often on challenging and complex sites. We enable meaningful negotiation and engagement on our projects, both with statutory stakeholders and local people, towards highly original and bespoke outcomes.

We have the deep skills required to conceive, design and detail our architecture, right through to the occupation and inhabitation of our completed projects.
We love the grain and detail of localities
and find our inspiration directly from the
settings and neighbourhoods we work within.
We are innovators and thinkers.
We immensely enjoy our working relationships,
which are productive and enduring.
We design inclusively and sustainably, to create uplifting,
useful and long-lasting projects to inhabit and enjoy.
We are technically well versed and resourced.
We enjoy and embrace all architectural work stages.
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We design in three dimensions using cut card...
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...or laser cut sheets for accurate presentation purposes.
Matthew Lloyd Architects We Test
We can test interior volumes and the behaviour of light in a space...
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...or explore massing within a landlocked site.
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3D printing
We use 3d printing to quickly shape our designs...
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...and how they sit in their context.
Matthew Lloyd Architects We Get Planning Consent
Most importantly real models are the best tool for involving everyone in the design process.
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Matthew Lloyd
Matthew is a fourth generation architect and founded the practice in the early ‘90s. He has a particular interest in design and in resolving complex planning problems, particularly for the practice’s housing and urban regeneration projects. As senior partner he works very closely with our key clients and is actively involved in almost all of the work the practice undertakes. Notable and award winning projects that Matthew has led to date include The Bourne Estate and Regents Park Estate both for Camden Council, St Mary of Eton in Hackney Wick and The Royal Society of Arts. Matthew is a Design Council Associate and regularly takes part in their design review panels across London’s outer boroughs; he has twice served as a judge on the RIBA Awards including as a regional Chair in 2017, and the Hackney Design Awards, once as its chair in 2018. He served on the Camden Design Awards jury in 2016. Matthew has also been a member of Frame Project’s Design Review Panel for Camden Council since 2018 and the Quality Review Panel for RBK&C since 2020.
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Patricia Woodward
Pat has been a Partner of the practice since 1998, having previously spent a number of years at HTA Architects. She has experience in estate regeneration, public sector housing, community projects and education. Pat now acts as managing partner and is responsible for marketing, bid management, awards, and our website and as well mentoring students. Pat sits on the London Borough of Hackney Design Review Panel and is a regular critic at Westminster University. She was a Civic Trust Awards Assessor for 2018 and 2019. She is also a keen photographer - her own work has twice been recognised at the Blueprint Photography Awards – and she worked with three students in the practice in 2019 to support the RIBA’s Future Architects initiative through the sale of their own photography.
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Alex Sherratt
Alex became a partner of the practice in 2004 and now leads on the delivery phases of several current and recent new-build housing projects. An RIBA Conservation Architect and a Quinquennial Inspector for the Diocese of London, Alex is involved in all aspects of any conservation work within the practice. He is also a qualified Principal Designer and is Partner in charge of Health and Safety. Notable projects are the St. Anne’s housing development, 22 new homes designed for British Land as part of their Triton Square development in L. B. Camden, recently completed, the award winning St Mary of Eton redevelopment in Hackney, and New Mildmay – a mixed-use Church and housing project in London E2. Alex is a visiting tutor at the University of Bath, and sits on the London Diocesan Advisory Committee.
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Bert Mastaler
Bert studied at the Bauhaus University in Weimar, Germany, and joined Matthew Lloyd Architects in 2013. Bert is a highly skilled architect and was promoted to Associate in 2019. He has had a major role in the design and technical delivery of many housing and hotel projects in the office, notably the Southampton Row Hotel in Holborn; the Bourne Estate in Clerkenwell, which was the Overall winner in the 2018 Housing Design Awards; and RIBA National Award winning St Mary of Eton. Bert enjoys travelling he is a keen cyclist and has a major interest in going to the theatre and art exhibitions.
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Catarina Felicio
Catarina joined Matthew Lloyd Architects in 2018 and has recently been promoted to Associate. She obtained her diploma at the Technical University of Lisbon and worked as a Project Architect in renowned firms in London, Spain and Portugal, prior to joining the practice. Since joining us Catarina has worked on several housing and mixed-use developments including key projects as a major estate infill project in Camden. As project architect, she has recently delivered an important mixed-use development in Highbury to planning submission and is currently involved in the design of an apartment building in Camden. Catarina’s interests range across all the arts, travel and reading, and she is passionate about design.
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Alex Spicer
Alex joined Matthew Lloyd Architects in 2016 after completing his Diploma at London Metropolitan University with Distinction. He qualified as an architect in 2017 and was made Associate in 2021. He has played a significant design and Project Architect role on several key projects in the practice, including the reimagining of a historic church and churchyard in Walthamstow; a replacement monastery in Mill Hill; a new community building in Highbury; and reinvigorating a youth club in Lambeth. His practice is underpinned by a deep interest in the wider impact of design on cities and the importance of high quality detailing and materials. Outside of architecture Alex enjoys cooking and is a keen cyclist and runner.
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Dominic Yik
We were delighted to welcome Dominic Yik recently to our team. Dominic studied at the Welsh School of Architecture and qualified as an architect in 2014. He has substantial healthcare and residential project running experience as well as strong technical and BIM skills. He has a particular interest in sustainable design and is a Certified Passive House designer. Dominic has spent five years as a RIBA Student Mentor and in his spare time he enjoys playing the saxophone.
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Evgenia Vlachaki
Evgenia rejoined Matthew Lloyd Architects in 2020 after a Part 1 placement in 2016, having completed her MSc in Architecture at Delft University with Distinction, and gained experience at 5th Studio in London. She is currently working on two east London healthcare projects and often works on feasibility studies for residential and community schemes. Evgenia’s interests include designing for diversity and inclusion, the role of architect in addressing the climate crisis, and the intersection of architecture with other creative disciplines. She enjoys long walks, visiting exciting exhibitions, and creating surrealist artwork.
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Giuditta Pedace
Assistant Architect
Having completed her RIBA Parts I and II at Kingston University in June 2019, Giuditta joined Matthew Lloyd Architects as an Architectural Assistant in November 2019. She is currently working on a major estate infill project in central London and has a particular interest in contextual architecture and the role of community engagement in design. Outside of the office, Giuditta enjoys organising events and has a passion for cooking and baking.
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Luke Upton
Assistant Architect
Luke first joined Matthew Lloyd Architects in 2017 after completing his Part I at the University of Cambridge and returned in 2021 following his Part II at the London School of Architecture. Over this time he has developed and explored a particular interest relationship between existing architecture and new-build interventions, knitting together a contextual and high quality urban fabric. Outside of the studio Luke enjoys exploring new places and cooking.
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Emanuele Lala
Assistant Architect
We are pleased to welcome Emanuele who has joined us as a Part 2 Architectural Assistant. He completed his degree at Salford University, and his Masters at Southbank University in June 2021 and has since gained valuable experience with a large London church, learning both practical trades and architectural skills. He is also a singer songwriter and enjoys travelling and learning about other cultures.
Our work is highly acclaimed, by awards judges, by our clients and by the people who spend time in the buildings we design.
Longford House
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Housing Design Awards
The Bourne Estate
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Housing Design Awards
Overall Winner
St Mary of Eton Church
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Housing Design Awards
Completed Projects
The Royal Society of Arts
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RIBA English Heritage Award
Sustaining the Historic Environment
Our awards
A highly intelligent and mature response to the existing Edwardian architecture, with a generosity in the detailing of the communal entrances that is equivalent to the Edwardian spaces and will last 100 years. It is civic in a way that shows respect for the ideology of that time.
Camden Design Awards — Bourne Estate
The three new buildings… are brought together by the application of a diamond pattern applied to all the new elevations. The patterning, carried through with consistency and conviction, draws the cluster of buildings into a single collegiate group.
RIBA National Award — St. Mary of Eton
A selection of our current and recent clients which include developers, Local authorities, charitable and faith organisations and healthcare organisations.
British Land
Capital & Provident
Findlay Estate Company
Hammerson UK
Higgins Construction
Idé Real Estate
IDM Properties
London Borough of Camden
London Borough of Hackney
London Borough of Islington
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Murphy Group
Newlon Housing Trust
Royal Foundation of St Katharine
RSA – Royal Society of Arts
St Mary of Eton PCC
Sanctuary Housing Group
Stonegate Homes
Taylor Wimpey
Telford Homes
Urban Catalyst