We are delighted to be working with Patricio Pouchulu on the Cyclotel project.

Patricio Pouchulu (Buenos Aires, 1965) is an architect and urbanist graduated at the Bartlett School, UCL University College London, and UBA Universidad de Buenos Aires. He was recognised by the British Council. Pouchulu has produced more than 200 architectural projects, applying flexible layouts in rich architectural spaces. He took part of grand international competitions, open and by invitation. His body of work explores a wide range of topics, themes and places: from urban design to nature and leisure, housing, theatres, education and institutional buildings. He got a professorship in Munich, Germany, and taught in the UK and Argentina, attending critics and juries. He lectured and exhibited in London, Munich, Milan, Venice and Buenos Aires. He transformed Victorian buildings in central London, mostly in conservation areas, teaming up with engineer Nick Maclean. Former consultant of Buenos Aires City Mayor. He is researching on Habitat Change. Initiator of Cyclotel, sustainable start-up.

New Cross Road, Lewisham
In 2014 we were appointed to advice Goldsmiths College and Meanwhile Space on the refurbishment of this parade of Victorian shops with flats above. Previous assessments had condemned the building as requiring such extensive structural work that it was seen as uneconomic to repair. Our better informed and experienced assessment has revealed a building in better condition and more readily converted to a mix of office and residential uses than had been previously thought.