DSDHA – architecture, landscape and research © Daniel Fisher

Architecture and place —

DSDHA – architecture, landscape and research

Blurring the boundaries between infrastructure, landscape, architecture and art, DSDHA’s work is the result of extensive dialogue with communities, as well as stakeholders and collaborators, to create projects with the broadest impact.

DSDHA’s work spans from crafting beautiful and sustainable buildings, welcoming landscapes and whole new neighbourhoods, through to writing the brief that will shape how a space might be used long into the future.

Major recent projects include Exchange Square, a new public park for the City of London, the reinvention of the National Youth Theatre’s London headquarters, the refurbishment and retrofit of the Smithson Plaza, and a new mixed-use building on Piccadilly for The Crown Estate.

The practice is also noted for their research, including recent reports for the Design Museum’s Future Observatory programme, and a guide to meaningful co-design supported by the RIBA and UCL.

Caro Communications works across press and digital for DSDHA, building the profile of the studio and key individuals, and has been retained since 2020.

Photography © Daniel Fisher