About me - Stewart Nicholson

Our approach


Our approach to all projects – regardless of scale or budget – is to firstly understand the vision and objectives of the client and then work very hard to explore options to find a solution that exceeds expectations yet remains practical, achievable and lasting.

Our work is modern, but tempered by a love and spirit of place, traditions and materials. We always underpin our work with a clear diagram and concept, that distils the programme and guides design development so that the detail becomes just as important as the whole.


About Stewart


I established my limited company 10 years ago, I have £250k professional indemnity, £1m public liability insurance.

I graduated from Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London and worked for various ’boutique’ practices specialising in high end residential projects before joining Building Design Partnership, London.

At Bdp I was a leader in 3d Cad for the workplace sector on numerous award winning schemes including Wimbledon No.1 court, National Maritime Museum Greenwich, Opel Hq in Frankfurt & Northampton Council HQ.

My award winning visuals has been published widely in architectural journals and I have exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer exhibition.

I have recently completed a £600k warehouse conversion & refurb in a central Brighton conservation area. My role was designer, project manager & main contractor for the refurb and conversion of two 150sqm floor plates of delapidated warehouse to offices & 2nd floor extension for a residential 2 bed 100sqm apartment above. I took the build through several years of planning, production of building regs info, detailed & tender drawings & specification, onto site for the 1 year build. I employed and co-ordinated all trades.

During this period I also undertook various residential extension / remodeling projects, design work for morfusuk.com producing designs for plywood furniture & Design 21 working on masterplanning in China.

Previous to that I was employed at an Architects in Brighton, engaged in planning for residential schemes of assorted sizes for 3 years.

In my spare time I race and surf stand up paddleboards as well as supporting my son’s tennis career.