• Architects in London and the UK

  • Found Associates have an international portfolio of private residences, workplaces and innovative retail environments.  Based in Clerkenwell, London, Found create exceptional buildings and crafted interiors for global companies, and individual families alike.  Our varied and diverse experience enables us to tailor each project to the exact needs of the client, through a collaborative journey to create a unique and beautiful environment. Planning Consent

  • Each completed residential project is the result of collaborative journey with the client, to understand how they live now and how their future ambitions will shape the environment in which they wish to live. Every property whether it be new build or the refurbishment of a listed building is explored in detail to ensure that its potential is realised both in terms of scale and context. We are well versed in all aspects of the process from feasibility studies and planning through to snagging and handover, both in the UK and with professional partners internationally.

  • The House & Garden Top 100 Interior Designers & Architects list aims to be a dynamic, up-to-date collection of the best of British talent. This means acknowledging the familiar names and the well-established practices, but also keeping up with the new faces and those who have done particularly beautiful work in the last year. This year the list has added 20 designers, architects and companies who have never featured on it before, and who cover a range of styles, from antique-filled country houses to modern renovations of city flats. Here we’ve gathered the designers and architects themselves and their loveliest projects (many of which have featured in the magazine) by way of welcome.

    As well as fashion and retail projects, Richard Found’s practice is known for its residential work, with commissions across London and the Home Counties. Some of its most striking and engaging projects have involved the reinvention and extension of period houses with transformative modern additions. Richard’s radical reimagining of an 18th-century Cotswold cottage into a 21st-century family home saw additions tucked into the topography of its rural surroundings.