HoughtonBudd Architects is an RIBA Registered Practice founded in 2005 by Jane Houghton and Andrew Budd.
We combine our shared interest in the careful and sensitive interpretation of site and context with a commitment to the history of architecture and craft of building to create long-lasting and useful contemporary architecture and design. Our work has ranged from small scale adjustments to domestic properties to new build houses and commercial developments, and we apply the same level of commitment to every commission regardless of its size.
Jane Houghton BA (Hons), Dip Arch UCL
Originally trained as a fine artist Jane studied at Bristol Polytechnic (UWE) with an interest in landscape painting and was awarded the David Murray Landscape Fellowship from the Royal Academy. After a number of years of fine art practice she studied architecture at Westminster University followed by post graduate study at The Bartlett School (UCL). Following graduation she worked at leading practices including Stanton Williams and Conran and Partners, working on cultural and housing schemes in London and globally. Jane is currently a Senior Lecturer at Kingston University.
Andrew Budd BA (Hons) Dip Arch UCL, ARB RIBA
Andrew studied architecture following a background in furniture working with renowned designers and manufacturers. He gained a degree in architecture from Westminster University followed by further study at The Bartlett School (UCL). He has worked on a variety of project types including housing, cultural and education at practices including Hopkins and Partners and Haworth Tompkins. Andrew is also a Senior Lecturer at Kingston University where he co-leads an undergraduate design studio with Jane.
ARB, RIBA (Level 3)
Type(s) of work
Private residential, Commercial, Mixed use, Conservation & Heritage, Public buildings, Hotels/Restaurants/Bars
London, South East England, South England, East Anglia, North East England, Scotland