We want to make buildings and spaces that resonate outside our profession and industry. We tell stories together with clients and communities which everyone can connect with.
nimtim was set up following Nim’s diagnosis with ovarian cancer and subsequent infertility and this experience helped shape us and our practice. It influenced the spirit of playfulness and adventure that permeates our work as well as the ethical and moral culture of the practice including fair pay, healthy work/life balance and our commitment to adding Social Value.
We have undertaken workshops and events in schools across London including Stewart Fleming Primary and Westbourne Primary. We have committed to become mentors through the Stephen Lawrence Trust. We have been instrumental in forming networks of like-minded practices to promote best-practice and Tim recently had an article about this published in Architecture Today.
We’ve worked from the smallest scale up and our completed projects have been published around the world. We were recently chosen to be part of Architecture Foundation’s New Architects 4 and as one of 20 emerging Architects to watch by Wallpaper* magazine.
We invest in knowledge and research for each project to ensure a deep understanding of its context, however we also commited to investigating more systemic topics relating to sustainability co-living and collaberation.
We have also written articles and papers on:
- Multigenerational Living
- Mixed use ‘regeneration’ of employment land in the post-industrial city
- Collaborative Architecture