Sophie Nguyen Architects is a RIBA Chartered practice dedicated to designing spaces that are beautiful, spacious and noble, no matter how small or complex they are.
Our aim is to create engaging buildings that are born of their purpose, their context and their constraints. Our design process depends on communication; we listen and learn in order to determine the fundamentals driving a project, and evolve our response.
We thrive on collaborative relationships working with a range of technical consultants for each project such as Quantity Surveyors, Structural and Environmental Engineers.
In addition we work regularly with company CCECILE+CO for their insight in social trends.
The studio is particularly interested in urbanism and housing projects that create desirable places to live in.
London Construction Awards 2017
Sophie Nguyen Architects was finalist for the London Construction Awards in the ‘Architectural Design of theYear’ category.
Best of Houzz Awards 2016
Sophie Nguyen Architects was awarded “Best Of Houzz 2016” for Design by Houzz, the leading platform for home renovation and design. Sophie Nguyen Architects Ltd portfolio was voted most popular by the 35 million monthly users on Houzz.
The Sunday Times British Homes Award, 2015
“Design. The key to a better place”
‘London Art de Vivre’ by Sophie Nguyen Architects was commended for the One-Off House or Extension, up to 2,500 sq ft Category.
Architect’s Journal Small Projects Award 2003
The ‘Yellow Submarine’ project was shortlisted for the AJ Small Projects Award 2003. The project was selected for the show at the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Young Architect of the Year Award, 1997
Sophie Nguyen was shortlisted for the Young Architect of the Year Award and an example of her work was published in ‘Building Design’ magazine in February 1998.
Within Ibos & Vitart Architects, Sophie Nguyen was Project Architect for the design of the facades and the museum display of the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Lille, France.
The project was winner of the Equerre d’argent 1997 prize and winner of the DuPont Benedictus 1998 prize.