Carmody Groarke is a London-based architectural practice founded in 2006 by Kevin Carmody and Andy Groarke. The practice has developed a reputation for working internationally on a wide range of arts, cultural, heritage and residential projects.

Carmody Groarke have designed critically acclaimed buildings including Windermere Jetty Museum, the V&A Members’ Room and Maggie’s Cancer Care Centre Clatterbridge. The studio has designed projects for clients including artist Antony Gormley, British Land and the Royal Academy of Arts.

Current projects include a Temporary Museum for Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House, housing in Milan and a new international arts venue at Park Hill, Sheffield.

The practice has earned international recognition, winning several architectural competitions and awards for completed projects. Two monographs of the practice’ work have been published by the world renowned El Croquis and 2G.

Kevin studied architecture at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) and Canberra University, Australia. In London he worked with David Chipperfield Architects before establishing Carmody Groarke. He has lectured internationally about the work of the practice and taught at several architecture schools, including the Bartlett (University College London) and The Royal College of Art.

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all images courtesy of Carmody Groarke