Buschow Henley is Ralph Buschow, Gavin Hale-Brown, Simon Henley and Ken Rorrison who have been together in practice since 1995.
The practice has won RIBA Awards for Architecture for 10-22 Shepherdess Walk, a mixed-use scheme for the Manhattan Loft Corporation (2000) and for Talkback Productions offices (2002). Competition successes include winning the St. Mary’s Island international competition to regenerate 6.8 hectares of the Chatham Royal Dockyards to create over 400 homes for Countryside Maritime (2001) and runner-up in the DfES sponsored Schoolworks competition (2000) and runner-up in the IPPR Designs on Democracy competition (2003) for Letchworth Town Hall. Also won through a limited competition, the Performing Arts building for Caldicott Preparatory School, was completed last year.
Most recently the practice, a member of the Building Better Health consortium, has been charged with the job of constructing new community health buildings in three LIFTs for a third of the population of London including Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham and Hounslow; Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham, and South West London. This has created the opportunity for the practice to design a series of community health buildings and to be active in the promotion of good health and the regeneration of the public realm. Other current work includes houses and housing for private developers and Housing Associations, the development of commercial offices and working environments, urban and city-fringe regeneration and the arts.