Scott Brownrigg is an award-winning international design practice providing architecture, masterplanning, urban design, interior design and town planning services. With offices in the UK, America, Asia, Europe and Russia,we provide services in the UK, Asia, Europe and The Middle East.
Our purpose is to make and help create timeless, sustainable and beautiful environments that are aspirational to our clients and communities. To achieve this we must remain agile and retain the ability to adapt to change whilst maintaining a rigour that keeps design excellence as our essence.
Our holistic and committed approach to high quality design, delivered with integrity and pragmatism to exceed clients’ expectations, is backed up with key areas of expertise and an exceptional history. Through this we can demonstrate a passion and commitment to our clients, society and the environment.
We are an international practice. Our strategy for overseas expansion is driven from our UK heart and is supported by, and promoted, from our existing international offices, whilst we continue to seek new opportunities and new markets. We aim to participate in significant projects across the globe and in all of its’ leading cities.
We have a desire to be considered to be one of the best, not necessarily one of the biggest, and we have a design studio ethos that enables collaboration and participation with our clients, staff and consultants that promotes analytical and critical thinking as well as the advancement of talent. We want to win work on the strength and quality of our practice and projects, as well as the merit of our design and knowledge.
With headquarters in London, other UK offices in Cardiff, Edinburgh and Guildford, and international studios in New York, Singapore, Zagreb and Moscow we have employees from 33 different countries speaking 25 different languages. This has helped to create a Practice which is rich and diverse in culture, that can also provide staff with the opportunity to work collaboratively across global offices, be seconded to offices or permanently transfer as part of their career development.
We provide a stimulating and flexible working environment to accommodate personal and family commitments. Regular social and welfare events and activities are organised across the practice by our social clubs and staff forum committees. Activities range from quiz nights and themed events, to charity fundraising, competitions, inter-office sports matches and yoga, through to Friday night drinks and celebrations.
As well as being a top 100 global practice, we are positioned 11th in the UK and are regularly recognised in leading industry awards including: AJ100 – Practice of the Year (Finalist), Employer of the Year (Finalist), Regional Practice of the Year, Building Magazine’s Practice of the Year (Finalist) and Interior Design Practice (Winner) of the Year. In addition the practice has been recognised by Building Magazine as one of the Top 50 Employers within the industry.
Working with us
The practice has a dynamic working environment, with a culture that promotes openness, trust, respect and enjoyment. Employee welfare and encouraging creativity, participation and sharing knowledge are on-going priorities. The practice undertakes a wide variety of projects across multiple sectors and locations, providing employees with the opportunity to widen their experience and knowledge and to work collaboratively across offices. Directors work closely with their teams to provide encouragement, guidance and mentoring, whilst also gaining input from every member in order to help bring projects to fruition.
Training & CPD
For people who wish to pursue a career in architecture and interior design, Scott Brownrigg provides opportunities for career development and the culture and vision to enable them to achieve their full potential. Our Performance Development Review (PDR) process captures the skills, knowledge and career ambitions of our staff, to increase both their technical and managerial competencies. Focusing on design, delivery, leadership, management or business development modules, individually tailored training plans and mentoring programmes are created, with each competency clearly defined to ensure a consistent approach. The aim is to equip our staff with the expertise and knowledge for them to progress their careers, from initial interest through to part III qualification and beyond.
At Scott Brownrigg we realise that our staff lead extremely busy lives, balancing work, family and social commitments. We also recognise that developing our careers is extremely important and we have therefore sought to provide a holistic approach to the benefits we provide our staff which range from a comprehensive range of financial benefits, through to a progressive training programme as well as supporting charitable activities and work life balance and staff wellbeing. In summary we seek to provide an enjoyable, friendly, stimulating and rewarding environment in which to work.
To find out more about Scott Brownrigg and to discuss working in architecture please contact the Hunter Dunning team.