Outpost
Architecture & Design

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Outpost is a London-based Architecture & Design studio, founded in 2016 by Robin Sjoholm and Thomas Housden.

The studio formed through our shared passion of exploring the role of making in design. Our design approach is hands-on; testing ideas, materials and their assembly through physical models, prototypes and full-scale mock ups.  We work across disciplines to encompass product design, interior design and architecture in one studio, applying the same thought and consideration that goes into designing architecture to that of interiors and products at the 1:1 scale.

Our ambition is to make objects and spaces that are thoughtful and well-crafted offering our clients creative yet simple solutions. To achieve this, we collaborate with an extensive range of craftsmen who share our passion for combining traditional crafts with bespoke modern detailing.   

Since its inception, the studio is now a team of 5, and has developed a growing portfolio of private commissions within the residential and commercial sectors as well as pursuing our own self-initiated projects.

 

Robin Sjoholm
Director, Architect, AA Dip Arch RIBA

Robin studied Architecture at the Architectural Association. He has over 12 years of experience in practice, notably 4 years at the award-winning design practice Project Orange, working as Project Architect on a series of large scale residential and commercial projects, including Shoreham Street, Sheffield, which won the practice a regional RIBA award in 2013. 

Thomas Housden
Director, Architect, Dip Arch RIBA

Tom studied Architecture at The Bartlett, UCL and was awarded a RIBA Bronze Medal Commendation. He was senior Architect at Ab Rogers Design, where he served as Project Architect on a number of residential, commercial and retail developments, including the refurbishment of Selfridges Birmingham. Previously Tom worked on a range of residential, commercial and education projects at Baynes & Mitchell Architects, Sarah Featherstone Architects and Will Alsop. Tom has also taught at Cambridge University Architecture Department. 

 

 

 

 
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