Simone de Gale Architects (SGA), is based in exclusive Belgravia, London, UK, whose style is grounded in mathematical principles; each project creates an exploration of Rhythm, Pattern and Repetition through tectonic.
Winner ‘Architect of Year’ 2017, SGA is developing its international portfolio, the first project, a £200m masterplan in Tbilisi, Georgia.
As well as securing a large‑scale masterplan project, the company has secured other international projects; in Croatia, Abu Dhabi, the Caribbean, and USA, and developing opportunities in Ukraine. Other projects include the London Hammersmith Flyunder feasibility, and a patented materials defence technology with the UK Ministry of Defence.
Simone de Gale Architects recently headlined alongside Foster + Partners and Zaha Hadid Architects last year at the inaugural 2018 Architecture of the Future Conference in Kyiv, when over 1,000 delegates were in attendance for a keynote on innovative architectural practices in Construction.
The vision is not ever ours, it is always yours.
We work from a set of theoretical and mathematical principles, developing our projects into an exploration of Rhythm, Pattern and Repetition of form and material. Our innovative use of these classical rules of Architecture inform direction, distance, timing and use of Space. We embody an ethos connecting directly to the original Architect, Nature.
Our Style has developed over a number of years with the most prominent projects developed from our theories in Architecture and translating into a Masterplan in Tbilisi, Georgia, on which we are working with Georgian politicians and their largest manufacturing and distribution firm, the Omega Group. Our Spherical Art Gallery concept has evolved into a Patented Materials Technology, which is now incorporated into defence armour, working with the Ministry of Defence UK and Allied forces.
Our Style is manifesting its research and development into a beautiful craftsmanship, acknowledging an effervescence of beauty in space through time, a journey on which architecture articulates its language, and of which we embrace.
Come on this journey with us. We want to share this beauty with you and create a purposeful work of architecture for our ever growing portfolio.
We acknowledge that running our business has an effect on society. In particular, we have a responsibility to our clients, our employees and contractors as well as the broader community in which we operate. We are committed to taking responsibility for our actions and encourage a positive contribution towards improving standards for our clients and employees, minimising our impact on the environment and improving the quality of the local community.
We are committed to delivering a high level of service to all our clients. We understand that our business exists in a very competitive market and in order to retain our clients we need to deliver a professional and courteous service. Wherever possible, we take steps to promote equal opportunity in relation to access to the legal services that we provide. We take account of the diversity of the communities we serve in order to ensure that, subject to funding constraints, our services are accessible to all clients. We have a Treating Clients Fairly Policy which can be found in our Office Manual.
By putting CSR into practice, we are committed, wherever possible, to: • Conducting ourselves responsibly and in an ethical manner • Creating a positive and supportive working environment • Supporting local communities • Improving service levels to clients • Acting fairly in our dealings with suppliers and other third parties • Minimising the impact on our environment.