Simon Gill Architects is an internationally published practice established in 1997. Since then we have completed many projects including residential, commercial, retail, ecclesiastical and also gardens. We aspire to creating thoughtful, bespoke buildings that provide convenience and delight whilst responding well to their context.
We listen carefully to our clients to ascertain their needs and budget and then set out to surpass their expectations – to create a bespoke building which will fit their requirements exactly. We offer a full range of services from an initial feasibility study, planning consent applications, construction packages, tendering, through to contract administration of the building work.
We are experienced in the design of basements and also take great pleasure in designing gardens which we believe should relate intimately to their adjacent houses.
Very many thanks for everything you have done for us on this job. All our friends who have seen the house are overwhelmed by the finished result which is a great credit to both your design and your management of the whole process. ”
Meet the team
Simon Gill studied at the University Of Westminster and subsequently won the Rome Prize for Architecture, as well as being shortlisted for the RIBA Silver Medal. He spent a year at the British School at Rome studying the relationship between villas and their gardens in the late sixteenth century. After short spells of teaching at the University of Westminster he worked in Granada, Spain at Producciones Molina Alto, and then at Panter Hudspith Architects, London. He set up Simon Gill Architects in 1997.
Simon is happiest on a boat, in a bookshop, on the guitar or somewhere he's never been before.
Nichola Mocatta studied at Manchester Metropolitan University and joined ADP in 1997 working largely on education buildings from nurseries to halls of residence. Nichola became a Partner in the London office in 2004 and set up the Interior Design division of the Practice. She became an RIBA Client Adviser assisting Clients through the building process from brief writing to handover. Nichola has a particular interest in sympathetically restoring period houses whilst making them work well for busy families.
Nichola joined Simon Gill architects in 2014.
Sonia Gómez Pereda
Sonia Gómez Pereda studied at Valladolid University of Architecture, Spain. In 2013 she moved to Rome to study Architecture, Aesthetic and Landscape at La Sapienza University, Rome. Her Bachelor degree was published at the Royal College of Architects of Burgos, Spain. While in Spain she worked at M.G.B. Engineering an Architecture.
Sonia joined Simon Gill Architects in 2016.
Sasa Regorsek is a masters student in Architecture at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. In 2013 she studied Interior Architecture, Product and Graphic Design at the Technical University of Lisbon. She won 1st prize for Housing Kamnica, a development project for potential realization, 1st prize for a project Europe at School and subsequently participated in an interstate youth exchange in Prague.
Sasa joined Simon Gill Architects in 2014.