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September 2012

It was Knott Architects' 13th year as participants in this year's 20th Anniversary London Open House.

Again this year, Knott Architects are participating in the joint RIBA and Shelter initiative 'Architect in the House' offering a one-hour consultation in exchange for a donation to the housing and homelessness charity Shelter. More...

Recently completed and just added to the website: a project in Camden featuring a Japanese-style bath with corner window views to the garden. More...

The Guardian Weekend Magazine has again featured a Knott Architects project. This time, it's a Camden Mews House. More...

As well as two Guardian features, Knott Architects were shortlisted for three prizes this year. More...

2011

Knott Architects' re-think of a rear extension in Twickenham has been featured in Guardian Weekend Magazine. More...

In its 12th year as participants, Knott Architects were again pleased to welcome nearly 300 visitors to their recent project in Stoke Newington as part of this year's London Open House. More...

Knott Architects develop a tool for engaging those with visual impairments in the process of spatial, land-use town planning. More...

January 2010
Knott Architects are shortlisted for The Architects' Journal Small Projects 2010 Award. More...

January 2010
On 27 January 2010 the Knott Architects' office dedicate an hour's work to the victims of the Haiti earthquake with proceeds going to the appeal.

In Autumn 2009 New London Architecture in association with The Building Centre, Time Out, RIBA London and Elle Decoration, shortlisted 32 of London's best and most innovative home extensions. A Knott Architects project was among them and included in the exhibtion in January 2010. More...

August 2009
One of Knott Architects' projects is featured on the cover of Real Homes Magazine. More...

May 2009
After gaining the academic qualification and following ten years' volunteer planning advice in association with Planning Aid for London, George Knott, a director of Knott Architects, has been awarded the professional qualification of Chartered Town Planner by The Royal Town Planning Institute - a mark of recognition of the Town Planning Consultancy offered by Knott Architects to our clients.