Patrick Wilson | Architects are a young ambitious RIBA Chartered Practice, fearless in their pursuit of good design. With over fifteen years of experience working within the UK construction industry, Patrick has previously practiced within London and the North West’s development residential and commercial markets. 

​Projects of note are; Oak Hill House, a striking timber-clad dwelling located in London’s leafy Hampstead, featured in ‘’, ‘’ and 'The Times Magazine' . Stratford Place, a Grade II* listed town house in the heart of Central London, now the UK headquarters for a Swiss based capital fund. Canterbury House, a deluxe conversion of a handsome Victorian factory to 25 luxury apartments, features include a new basement, a double roof extension and thoughtful refurbishment to the original historic fabric. Church and High Brook Farms both projects developing brown field sites into bespoke executive housing.

Before architecture, Patrick had trained as a Civil Engineer and a Project Manager, giving him a well-rounded experience of the whole construction process.

Patrick combines his practicality and versatility with an ambitious architectural background to maximize the value of projects, by leading the design and construction teams with a hands-on approach and on-site supervision. He has negotiated a number of prestigious planning consents throughout London.

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Wigan | North West England | United Kingdom