CLIENTS

Atelier Works
BBC Audio and Music
BBC Workplace
The Country Houses Foundation
The Churches Conservation Trust
The Church of England
Helen and Stephen Emmott
Baroness and Robert Falkner
4C Community Developments
Greater London Assembly (GLA)
Happiness Architecture Beauty (HAB)
The Heritage Trust for the North West
The House of Illustration
Historic Royal Palaces
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
Elizabeth and Roger Hunt

Sir Nicholas and Ghislaine Kenyon
Estate of Stanley Kubrick
The Landmark Trust
The London School of Economics
Anthony Mockler-Barrett
New East Manchester
London Borough of Redbridge
St. Aldate’s Church, Oxford
SAVE Britain’s Heritage
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings
Victoria Sutcliffe
University College, London
University of Nottingham
Cecilia and John Westmacott
Will Wyatt

Mark Hines was the Project Director for the conservation and remodelling of the grade two* listed BBC Broadcasting House and is one of the UK’s few Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (SPAB) scholars, one of the oldest and most influential conservation training schemes in the world. Our clients and projects range across all scales, from individual homeowners to international corporations.

“Our work at HAB has been hugely enriched by Mark’s ability to produce elegant, efficient and highly intelligent solutions across the board – from the humblest apartment to entire urban blocks.”
KEVIN McCLOUD, GRAND DESIGNS

“Mark Hines Architects have been a delight to deal with; imaginative in their ideas, resourceful in solving problems, extremely efficient, responsive to the environment within which they were working.”
SIR NICHOLAS KENYON, MANAGING DIRECTOR, BARBICAN CENTRE

“One of the country’s best sustainable new buildings.”
SUSTAIN MAGAZINE

“They have a bold vision which no future government can afford to ignore.”
MARCUS BINNEY, THE TIMES

“In my experience, they listen, really hear, take the time to consider the options and come back with something inspiring that often achieves the impossible.”
REVD LEE LONGDEN, MANCHESTER DIOCESAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR THE CARE OF CHURCHES

“Thank you for your approach to working, your patience, understanding, and vision. Thank you for accomplishing something special”.”
LONDON SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS

“Very imaginative work.”
CHARLES CLOVER, THE SUNDAY TIMES

“The project, set within the grounds of a grade two church, has been approached with great sensitivity and care. They have worked with our group to engage the community and come up with a creative yet brilliantly simple solution to meet our aspirations. Their careful research and professional yet friendly manner helped put the team at ease whilst ensuring we achieved a superb solution.”
JONATHAN HINDLE, CHAIR, 4C COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENTS

“They are accomplished architects with a strong track record and an extremely sensitive approach to nationally important buildings.”
ALAN BAXTER, CBE, HLF INSPECTOR, LONDON ADVISORY COMMITTEE