"Prizeman and Goh are more interested in the way people react to and behave in their buildings, than in what the projects look like in magazines-- though they do look extremely good."
Vicky Richardson on Clay Architecture, Blueprint magazine
Clay Architecture is an award winning practice set up in 2000 by husband and wife team Camilla Prizeman and Kasan Goh when they
took over the 96 year-old George Clay Partnership.
We work within tight budgets and challenging briefs to deliver highly workable and innovative design solutions. As a small practice we take on a few projects at a time, so projects get our full undivided attention and a very high level of service.
We combine a flair for contemporary design with a passion for heritage and for historic buildings. We are experienced in a very wide range of project scale and types; our best projects have arisen out of the challenge of developing clear design, practical or technical or solutions to difficult, unusual or complex briefs.
Our £2.3m design for the chapel extensions to Medway Crematorium won the 2014 RIBA SE Award and a Kent Design Award 2014. Our £4.6m ergonomic design for a difficult site at Walderslade Primary School won the 2012 Kent Design Award for Best Public Building (Education Sector) and was shortlisted for an environmental performance KDA. Other noteworthy projects include the conservation and extension of the Grade II Listed Andrew Carnegie Gravesend Library, and Medway Park, Medway’s Centre of Sporting Excellence, a 2012 Olympic and Paralympic training venue.
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