Founded in 2000, Jonathan Tuckey Design focuses exclusively on “architecture and alteration to existing buildings.” Tuckey, an architect who formerly worked with David Chipperfield, focuses on the reinterpretation of existing structures, creating new uses for forgotten buildings while retaining the essential character and patina of the original structure.
Above: Tuckey’s renovation of a Holland Park mews house. Photos by James Brittain.
Above: For the Providence Chapel house, Tuckey designed a timber-clad extension to a 19th-century Baptist chapel in Wiltshire, England, as part of the building’s conversion into a residential property. Photos by James Brittain.
Above: Tuckey’s own London home, called the Collage House, is a converted stainless steel workshop. Photos by James Brittain.