John Robertson Architects
Since its establishment in 1993, John Robertson Architects has designed and delivered a significant number of high quality buildings both in the UK and overseas.
JRA is currently working on a number of retrofit and urban infill projects in sensitive locations in central London, adding significant value to existing buildings by creative, sustainable and thoughtful design. Recently completed refurbishment projects include The Pepper Store at Devonshire Square, Broadgate Quarter and Grade II* listed Bracken House, which was awarded the highest post-completion BREEAM score for an office refurbishment at the date of completion. Over the past five years, JRA has been involved in the refurbishment and fit-out of Bush House and the Aldwych Quarter - the historic former home of the BBC World Service - and new Strand Campus for King’s College London.
The practice’s dedicated fit-out and workplace design team has over 23 years’ experience in the commercial architecture and fit-out sector, with a substantial central London portfolio.
New-build projects in London include 33 King William Street Central (near Monument Station) and Crossrail above-station developments at Farringdon and Moorgate. Internationally, the practice’s projects include the high-rise headquarters of BankMed in Beirut, Lebanon.