Clementine Blakemore Architecture is London-based practice with an interest in the relationship between design, making and place. We are committed to producing buildings which are inventive, inclusive and have a positive impact on their users, as well as the wider community. Current projects include a music room for a primary school in Buckinghamshire and the conversion of a derelict farm in Dorset into holiday accommodation for disabled children and their families. Previous clients include the Design Museum, the Dorset Wildlife Trust, the UK Green Building Council, Brent Council, and two educational NGOs in India.

Clementine Blakemore, Director 
Prior to starting her own practice, Clementine worked for Duggan Morris Architects and David Chipperfield Architects. She has a background in sculpture and film, and was educated at the University of Oxford, the Rural Studio, the Architectural Association, and the Royal College of Art. With a strong belief in collaboration and the process of learning through making, she has led a number of design/build workshops and was a Visiting School Director for the Architectural Association between 2012 – 2017.

Louis Mayes, Architectural Designer
Having previously trained as an architectural historian Louis completed his studies at The Cass School of Architecture. Hands-on construction has also been key to his training; he designed and collaboratively built a rammed earth house in Ghana and a community workspace in Tottenham. Louis has recently been shortlisted for a competition proposing the reuse of a church in Brighton and writes for Blueprint Magazine.

Previous team members: Emily Fribbance & Jennifer Nibbs

clem@clementineblakemore.com
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