Percy is a director at Surman Weston, an emerging multi-award-winning architecture and design practice based in London. Our practice specialises in delivering sensitively designed sustainable houses, schools and civic buildings, which are flexible to the changing needs of the people that use them and the places they inhabit.
Advises on: Architecture – new build houses, conversions and restorations
Company Description: At Surman Weston, every building we make is carefully designed to respond to the users and location. We create sustainable buildings that are flexible to the changing needs of the people that use them and the places they inhabit.
We eschew a house style, instead spending the early stages of a project analysing and interrogating the brief and context. With these, we develop designs that are highly contextually sensitive, with careful consideration of materiality, sustainability, construction technique, use and function.
We have expertise in several sectors including: residential new builds, extensions and refurbishments, schools, civic buildings and workspace.
Our RIBA Chartered practice was established in 2014 and is led by Tom Surman and Percy Weston. We are regular tutors for the undergraduate course at the University of Cambridge and University of Nottingham and have taught and lectured at institutions including the Royal College of Art and the University of Westminster.
We have won multiple awards including: several RIBA Awards, Civic Trust Awards, the Architects' Journal Retrofit Award. We were also recently featured in the prestigious Architects' Journal 40 Under 40, a compendium of the best young emerging practices in the UK today.