MJP Architects


MJP Architects, winners of 7 RIBA national awards since 2000, are pleased to sponsor the Britain's Best Architects website.


We are committed to the quality of professional service and product.

We aim to produce architecture which is responsive both to the aspirations of our clients, and to the nature of each specific site. We believe that great buildings emerge through successful collaboration with all stakeholders and building professionals.

Every project is initiated within the practice by a highly motivated team led by a director. We are large enough to undertake major projects of 50m or more; we are small enough to give every project careful personal attention. We see design as a critical iterative process subject to continuous development and evaluation. This process is maintained through regular design reviews which involve other members of the office to ensure objectivity and critical appraisal.

Image: Kendrew Quadrangle, St.John's College, Oxford


MJP website at www.mjparchitects.co.uk

Wikipedia entry on MJP Architects



Jeremy Estop, Managing Director, MJP Architects, 9 Heneage Street, Spitalfields, London E1 9LJ.

Tel: 020 7377 9262.
Email: jeremy.estop@mjparchitects.co.uk. 


The following RIBA national awards have been won by MJP Architects since 2000: 


2011: Maggie's Centre, Cheltenham.


2005: Friendship House, Borough Road, London.

Museums & Galleries

2001: Wellcome Wing, Science Museum, London.

Transport Buildings
2000: Southwark Station, Jubilee Line Extension, London.


2006: Senior Common Room, St.John's College, Oxford.

2011: Kendrew Quadrangle, St.John's College, Oxford.

Urban Design

2004: Phoenix Initiative, Coventry.


'MJP's portfolio of work has been a seminal reference for most of its contemporaries for both its range and quality'. Sir Colin Stansfield Smith.

'The buildings of MJP resonate with learned historical and cultural references.' Margaret Richardson.

'So MJP as a practice shares a common set of values concerning detail, scale, geometry and light, and these are harnessed to produce a consistently humane and accessible form of architecture. Rather than reinventing itself every few years the practice focuses on building a substantial opus that demonstrates its values while refining the approach with continuous reflection.' Bryan Lawson.


Britain's Best Architects listed by building type: Arts Centres, Botanical, Bridges, Car Parks, Civic Buildings, Community Centres, Conference Centres, Conservation, Further Education, Healthcare, Hotels, Housing, Industrial, Libraries, Mixed Use, Museums & Galleries, Offices, Private Houses, Public Art & Memorials, Religious, Retail, Schools, Sports, Theatres & Concert Halls, Transport, Universities, Urban Design, Visitor Centres.

Publisher: The Britain's Best Architects website is published by Extonet Ltd. It is edited by Dr Alex Reid, formerly Director General of the Royal Institute of British Architects.


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