Catrina Stewart

Catrina Stewart

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CATRINA STEWART

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Catrina Stewart founded, together with Hugh McEwen, Office S&M, an award-winning architecture practice working with a 50/50 split of public and private clients on individual homes, new-build housing, workspace retrofit, and public realm projects.

Office S&M responds to the context of each project – house, street or neighbourhood – acknowledging the existing, while deploying colour and narrative inventively to create drama. Built projects include: Valetta House (2017), which won the NLA Don’t Move, Improve! 2018 ‘Best use of materials’ award; Salmen House (2017); Janus House (2018); and Finsbury Park High Street shops (2017), all in London. Current projects include: Mill Corner House, a newbuild house in East Sussex; the Green Room in Newham; Nag’s Head Market, Holloway; and Chipstead Way, Croydon.

Achievements to date include: winning Building Design’s Young Architect of the Year Award (2020); inclusion in The Architects’ Journal’s 40 under 40 – a showcase of architecture’s brightest up-and-coming talent (2020); and recognition as a Rising Star by RIBA Journal (2019). Office S&M will feature in The Architecture Foundation’s New Architects 4, to be published in 2021.

www.officesandm.com

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Kent, England

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Kingston Polytechnic

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Catrina Stewart founded, together with Hugh McEwen, Office S&M, an award-winning architecture practice working with a 50/50 split of public and private clients on individual homes, new-build housing, workspace retrofit, and public realm projects.

Office S&M responds to the context of each project – house, street or neighbourhood – acknowledging the existing, while deploying colour and narrative inventively to create drama. Built projects include: Valetta House (2017), which won the NLA Don’t Move, Improve! 2018 ‘Best use of materials’ award; Salmen House (2017); Janus House (2018); and Finsbury Park High Street shops (2017), all in London. Current projects include: Mill Corner House, a newbuild house in East Sussex; the Green Room in Newham; Nag’s Head Market, Holloway; and Chipstead Way, Croydon.

Achievements to date include: winning Building Design’s Young Architect of the Year Award (2020); inclusion in The Architects’ Journal’s 40 under 40 – a showcase of architecture’s brightest up-and-coming talent (2020); and recognition as a Rising Star by RIBA Journal (2019). Office S&M will feature in The Architecture Foundation’s New Architects 4, to be published in 2021.

www.officesandm.com

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On May 6, 2021, we virtually traveled to the UK, where we had the honor to have architect Catrina Stewart participate together with Simon Allford.

This event was part of our Virtual World Tour 20/21, an event series touring a selection of countries around the world to meet some of the most influential architects of our time and get to know them on a personal level.

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