pH+ was established in 2005 by Andy Puncher and Drew Hamilton, after their successful selection for The Architects Journal and Corus’s ‘40 under 40’ competition, which sought to showcase the work of the UK’s leading young architects. The practice’s ethos is to challenge, interpret, test and evolve architectural responses until an essential, appropriate and elegant solution is distilled.
The projects designed by pH+ are the product of specific context and constraints, such as Orsman Road which reflects its canalside setting and the local bio-diversity. As the copper façade weathers, the building will change appearance over time, continually altering and responding to the site conditions.
pH+ welcome dialogue and encourage their clients to contribute to these explorations, ensuring the final formula provides as tailored a response as possible.