Who we are

Make is a different kind of architecture practice. Motivated by imaginative design, we deliver spaces that inspire people and transform lives. Founded in 2004 by Ken Shuttleworth, we have teams in London, Hong Kong, Sydney and Shanghai providing architecture, interior and urban design services from concept to completion. We’re committed to resilient placemaking that creates social value for all.


Creativity without limits

We’re proudly free from a house style. At Make, we explore the full and unique potential of every client’s brief, site and budget to ensure the best idea surfaces and has the right support to evolve.


Partners in design

As a 100% employee-owned practice, we prioritise partnership in everything we do. Our workplace is one of collaboration and respect, where everyone is engaged, from recent graduates to project leaders. Clients are co-creators, partners in the process – a spirit of inclusivity we also extend to communities and key stakeholders.

World-class expertise

We’ve completed more than 100 built schemes around the world, drawing on our wealth of cross-sector, global expertise to deliver everything from workplaces of the future and vibrant urban regeneration schemes to luxury interiors and creative virtual spaces. Our Makers around the world work together as One Make – a single studio in four locations.


Constant discovery

Driven by curiosity, we ask questions at every design stage, researching options and ideas from the smallest detail to the overarching ambition. We embrace promising new technologies, materials and methods, along with cross-sector learning and collaborative thought leadership, to ensure we stay at the forefront of industry challenges and trends.


Resilient legacies

A Certified B Corporation, we strive to improve the balance between people, planet and place in our design performance, sustainability practices and company footprint. This includes targeting 2030 net zero carbon on all our projects and interrogating the environmental, social and economic factors of each.

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