Knott Architects have added their commitment to those on a list of more than 800 UK architects seeking to raise awareness of and address the problems of climate and biodiversity emergency. The signatories pledge to seek every way of ameliorating the harmful contributions of the building industry by rethinking the... read more →
RetroFirst, launched September 2019 by the Architects' Journal, calls for government action to encourage greater use of retrofit and refurbishment in three key areas: tax, procurement and policy. The initiative seeks to address the problems of carbon emissions, demolition debris, and a tax system that penalises the renewal of existing... read more →
For Open House 2019 we enjoyed gorgeous warm weather - perfect for welcoming more than 200 visitors to our award winning Breakout Extension in Crouch Hill - conversion of a one- to a two-bedroom flat. Both bedrooms and the kitchen open to the garden, making the garden, with its built-in... read more →
The Modern House, the estate agency with a belief in design as a powerful force for good, helps people to live in more thoughtful and beautiful ways. With a focus on place-making and architectural preservation, The Modern House has transformed the market for architect-designed properties and contributed to the awareness,... read more →
This Knott Architects project won 'Best Value' Award at this year's 'Don't Move, Improve' Event. Join us there to see for yourself the inventive expansion of space with minimal intervention. We'll be on site Saturday 21 September 1-5pm. For full details, see the London Open House website.
New London Architecture's competition and exhibition Don't Move Improve is in its eighth year, celebrating London’s best and most innovative home extensions and improvements. The KNOTTARCHITECTS project Breakout Extension has been awarded a special prize: Best Value Award. See all the winners on New London Architecture @nlalondon #dontmoveimprove
KNOTTARCHITECTS is in a showcase (competition) at NLA Galleries, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT. 26 January to 30 March 2018. This is our project in Murray Mews.
Between 1 and 5pm on the afternoon of Saturday 16 September Knott Architects and the owners welcomed more than 300 visitors to one of their projects in N4. It was Knott Architects' 18th year as participants in this annual celebration of architecture in... read more →
A chilly, blustery and latterly wet Sunday, but the hardy competitors were not deterred! Team KA, George, Suzanne and Tom completed the Human Race Triathlon in relay, in the unbeatable time of 01:30:06. Funds were raised for Great Ormond Street Hospital and Melanoma Focus.
Weston Park Rear Extension: interior Fourteen years ago this month Knott Architects formed a company. It therefore seems an appropriate point at which to launch our new website, where we will be able to bring you larger and more plentiful images of our many projects. Featured here: Weston Park Rear... read more →