About

Chris Bisset Architecture is a small architecture practice designing residential, commercial and community buildings in London, Surrey and the south of England. Our friendly, efficient and professional service will guide you through all the steps to deliver your building project, including:

- Full architectural design and drawings

- Planning applications

- Building regulations applications

- Co-ordination of engineering services

- Tendering to contractors

- Regular on-site inspections throughout the construction process

Professional service

Chris Bisset Architecture has considerable experience in writing successful planning applications and working on small or difficult sites. Chris is used to developing sensitive proposals for historic building fabric, listed buildings and projects in conservation areas. Chris has worked on projects in the following areas:

- Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

- London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

London Borough of Hounslow

- London Borough of Ealing

Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

City of Westminster

City of London Corporation

East Hampshire District Council

South Downs National Park Authority

Chris Bisset

Director

BA Hons AA Dipl FRSA

chris@chrisbisset.co.uk

Chris founded Chris Bisset Architecture in 2018. Chris graduated from the Architectural Association, London in 2014 and collaborated with award-winning studio 6a architects on a number of high-profile residential, arts and cultural projects, such as the South London Gallery Fire Station (opened 2018) and a masterplan for 800 homes at St. Ann's Haringey, North London. Chris grew up in Hampshire, and runs the Kingston office.

Outside of the office Chris is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. Chris is a founding director of KICK Projects CIC, a not-for-profit regeneration company working across the UK.

Hwa Yeong Lee

Assistant Director

BA Hons M Arch

hwa@chrisbisset.co.uk

Hwa studied her undergraduate (RIBA Part 1) and postgraduate (RIBA Part 2) degrees at Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, London. She has practised both in London and Seoul, including working within Harrow Council's regeneration department on a range of housing and public realm projects. 

Hwa also enjoys designing bespoke art installations for exhibitions in collaboration with artists.