New project! Parti has been commissioned to design a new restaurant on D'oyly Carte Island on the River Thames.

New project! Parti has been commissioned to renovate and extend a house in North London. Pictured: the house as a backdrop for a fashion shoot by Camilla Bloom.

Arc, a curated holiday start-up based in the UK, has announced Parti and Regular Practice as their design partners. Parti will be designing a collection of holiday homes in the UK for groups of 20-30 people. We will be collaborating with Regular Practice on the experience design.
Image by RP.

Work is progressing on-site at the Manor House, Cornwall.
Pictured: Parti designed stone carved sinks for the ensuite bathrooms.

Our project on Hercules Street is progressing on site.

New project! Parti have been commissioned to renovate and extend an old post office building in the Peak District National Park.

Parti has designed a range of hand pressed flower tiles.

We are delighted to launch our new visual identity designed by Regular Practice. This has included a bespoke typeface, and a comprehensive set of templates, both digital and print.

Cardynham House, a 15th century house in the Cotswolds, has started construction. Here, we are carving out a new external courtyard at the centre.

Our new build project on Hercules St, London, has started on site!

Parti is featured in a short-film about Wavepaths. Wavepaths is a start-up exploring experience as a form of medicine. Parti are designing their flagship space. The film is by Ken Flanagan.

A recent photograph of a completed project. Parti have completed a new dining room in the gardens of a Hampstead villa.

Parti are making a range of botanical tiles at Grymsdyke Farm, Oxfordshire.

The making of a CNC cut model for an exhibition in Italy featuring Parti's work.

Parti are working on a research project called 'Material Matters'. This drawing identifies and organises the characteristics of all the AONB's in the UK.

We are delighted to have received full-planning permission for our proposal in Sizergh-fell Quarry!

A lengthy conversation between Eleanor Hill and Simon Allford published in Architecture Today.

Parti completes ‘A City of London Parklet’; modular public furniture that brings greenery to the City of London. Pictured: a single module that gets connected to other modular parts to make a large planter.

Parti are in Devon, visiting the site of a new project!

Material Matters

Parti is exhibiting at Antilia gallery, Bitonto. Parti have been invited to exhibit a conceptual model that responds to the city 'Irene' in Calvino's book 'Invisible Cities'.


Our Sizergh-fell Quarry model is on display at the Royal Academy Summer Show.

Parti have completed the 'Garden Room' in Hampstead.

Parti are conducting a public consultation in La Quinta, California, as part of a 'Community Outreach Day'.
Image: The La Quinta City Council.

Parti presented a masterplan proposal to members and trustees of Queen Elizabeth Girls School. Image: A site model showing the existing condition, and proposed design.

A sectional drawing of a proposal for a hotel in La Quinta, California.

Parti have held a public consultation in Levens to discus their proposals for Sizergh-fell Quarry with locals and the parish council. It was a hugely successful day, with over 60 attendees!

A model of our proposed facade for Jefferson Sq is on display at the Royal Academy Summer Show.

Our project on Cannonbury Square has started construction

Construction is progressing on Rydon Street. Here, the large steel door frames have just been installed (5m and 3.5m respectively).

Parti directors, Eleanor and Tom, are in the Californian desert presenting to La Quinta City Council council. The design was highly praised amongst council members.

An ariel photograph of Sizergh-fell Quarry

Parti are winners of a competition to design an installation in the City of London.

A conceptual model made for an exhibition in Bitonto, Italy, titled ‘Invisible Cities’.

A facade study for our project in La Quinta, California.

Construction has begun on Rydon Street. Parti are designing a renovation and extension to a Victorian terraced house in Islington.

The Parti team travelled to the Californian desert to visit the site of our Jefferson Square project, and research the local area of La Quinta.

A selection of Parti's architectural models from the last few years.

Parti go life drawing!

Parti are on Grymsdyake Farm making a presentation model for an upcoming public presentation in Cumbria.

Material samples

Parti are collaborating with film collective, BRBR, on a documentary about our project in Kangaroo Island.

Parti have received full-planning planning permission for an ambitious extension in Islington.

Parti have been commissioned to design a new hotel in the Californian Desert!

Parti site visit to Sizergh-fell Quarry, the site of a new project!

Our renovation on Canonbury Sq is complete!

Parti are visiting a steel factory in Shanghai. Note the bus in this photograph for scale!

Tom and Eleanor travelled to Shenjia Wan island, China, to visit a shipyard. The visit was to research suitable boats to transport our pre-fabricated 120-room hotel from China to Kangaroo Island, Australia.

We are delighted that our proposed hotel on Kangaroo Island has been granted full-planning permission!

A model and drawing from ‘Material Matters’ has been selected for an exhibition in Kew Gardens.

Our bronze brick is being exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition.

Our proposal for a hotel on Kangaroo Island is featured in Architecture AU.

Parti have built a 1.1 mock up of a hotel room, testing the design and making process

Parti have moved office!

Parti founder, Eleanor Hill, is giving a talk at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL) on Landscape and Architecture.

A model from 'Material Matters' has been selected for a group exhibition.

Eleanor Hill and Tom Leahy have been made Ambassadors of the London School of Architecture.
Image credit: The London School of Architecture

Parti are in Adelaide and presented to ODASA ((Office for Design and Architecture, South Australia) in their 2nd design review for the Kangaroo Island project. ODASA responded with very positive feedback on the design!

Parti move to Adelaide to work on the design of a hotel on Kangaroo Island, Australia, and to collaborate with consultants and ODASA (Office for Design and Architecture South Australia).

Parti have built a number of models of the proposed hotel on Kangaroo Island. Thank you for having us Grymsdyke Farm!

Parti travelled to Adelaide to present to ODASA (Office for Design and Architecture, South Australia) as part of the 1st Design Review for our Kangaroo Island project. The day was a huge success!

Parti travelled to Adelaide to present the concept design for Kangaroo Island to DPTI (the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure). It was a successful presentation with everyone highly supportive of the scheme!

Parti visits American River on Kangaroo Island.

Parti visits American River, on Kangaroo Island, for the first time. We were surprised to stumble across the end of a rainbow, right in the middle of our site!

Drawing is an important part of Parti's architectural process, and occasionally, an end in itself. Here, we're investigating the individual functions of a hotel as we develop the brief.

Parti is founded by good friends, Eleanor Hill and Tom Leahy.