Philip Marsh Director of dRMM Architects
Philip Marsh is a co-founding director of RIBA Stirling Prize-winning studio, dRMM Architects, renowned for creating innovative, high quality and socially useful architecture. Philip has 25 years’ worth of experience as an urban design, residential and civic architecture expert, having designed and delivered award-winning residential projects, schools, civic buildings and placemaking projects.
He has worked on significant regeneration projects in London, including the critical first phase housing for Argent at Kings Cross; Trafalgar Place for Lend Lease at the Elephant and Castle (Stirling prize shortlisted 2016); and Faraday House at Battersea Power Station. Philip’s approach to design is to question accepted conventions and consider lateral responses in order to elevate project ambitions and the possibilities. Philip is passionate about creating socially useful architecture, his drive is to design high-quality, healthy, accessible and sustainable places, creating housing and schools that deliver a positive outcome for everyone.