White Red Architects is a RIBA chartered architecture and design studio based in London. From concept to completion we work closely with our clients to create great spaces.
We design buildings for people. We believe there is an opportunity within every project, large or small, to do something that will make you smile.
We start by listening and careful analysis of context to define the brief. We then look for the opportunity, for the idea within to create something beautiful and functional. We work collaboratively, drawing on our collective experiences and interests, developing the idea into a buildable proposal.
We test the proposal, again and again, simplifying to strengthen the idea. We work with different media, cutting, sticking and moulding, distilling an idea down into its essential parts, its simplest form of expression.
We believe it's this that makes for legible built structures, resilient to the pressures of construction, that are satisfying to use and beautiful to look at.
Dicky studied at the Manchester School of Architecture. Prior to founding White Red Architects, Dicky worked as an architect at Foster + Partners, UHA London and TP Bennett specialising in concept design. During this time he worked on projects such as the McLaren Production Centre, 425 Park Avenue and Tocumen Airport.
Jesus Jimenez studied at the Cardenal Herrera School of Architecture in Valencia, Spain. His previous experience includes working at UHA London and TP Bennett delivering both international and UK projects. During this period he worked on projects ranging from masterplans to high-rise mixed-use towers focusing on the residential, office, and commercial sectors.
Prior to founding White Red Architects, Joe worked at Hawkins\Brown and AHMM architects where he completed the AELP Fitness Center, worked with Google on their offices in Kings cross and delivered 20 Farringdon Road for Derwent London.
Joe studied at the Manchester School of Architecture where he qualified with first class honours and distinction. His work was nominated for both the RIBA bronze and silver medals. His thesis, focusing on the aging population of the UK, was selected by Building Design for their Class of 2011.