National architecture practice, Pozzoni has moved its London studio to accommodate its growing team.
Following the recent appointment of project architect, Lynne Tran and architectural assistant, Ally Kaziunaite, and with plans to recruit again, the expanding team needed more space and now occupies offices at 10-12 Emerald Street in Bloomsbury.
The new recruits have joined the practice following new residential and education project wins, with several schemes currently submitted for planning approval including a new residential development of over 100 units in North Kent on behalf of a major national housebuilder and the Vanguard School for the National Autistic Society, Lambeth.
Commenting on the move, director and head of the London office, Julian Lockwood, said: “As our business has evolved significantly during the last few years, we felt that the time was right to look for a location that better suited our requirements.
“As well as growing our team, we have also been working closely with students from the University of Westminster as part of our Pozzoni Academy. It’s a requirement for any architecture student to get as much practical work experience as they can during their studies and we’re passionate about making that experience as valuable and realistic as possible.
“Our new office provides a great platform for further growth and will allow us to better serve our clients from a very central location.”
With over thirty years’ experience, Pozzoni has built up an impressive portfolio of public and private sector developments, including commercial, education, healthcare, leisure, mixed-use, residential and senior living projects from its offices in Manchester and London.