Langstaff Day Architects is an emerging architectural and design practice based in London.

We are thoughtful, pragmatic and creative. We are problem-solvers. We love to explore how people live, learn and play. Each project has its own story.

We are a RIBA chartered practice. Come and talk to us about your house, school or community project – or anything else you need designing.

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AELTC Community
Sports Ground

Masterplan and Clubhouse for The All England Lawn Tennis Club
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MODERN MEWS HOUSE

A new three-storey mews house on a complex backland site in North London
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CREATIVE WORKSPACES

Finalist in the Silvertown Flyover competition
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Public realm

Thinking about the space between buildings
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Lantern Treehouse

The Lantern
Tree house

Winner of 'Treehouse without a Tree' competition
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ACCESSIBLE ALMSHOUSES

Traditional almshouses reinterpreted for modern life
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LATEST PRESS

Selected published articles
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Residential work

Featured home designs
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Nano-tecture

Small (but beautiful!) architecture
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Harris
Teaching Centre

Refurbishment project in the heart of Westminster
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Garden Studio Surrey

A bijou spa and gym
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Top To Tail Terrace

Finalist in the Barratt & AJ Future Homes Competition
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The Dream
Pavilion

As shown at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
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Perspective

SELF BUILD
PARKING PLOTS

An idea for the use of small brownfield sites
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Leisure projects

Spaces to relax. Places to stay
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