Guttfield Architecture is a small, award-winning RIBA Chartered Architects Practice formed in 2011 and based in Berkshire. We work across the South East and in London, helping our clients create special places and spaces to transform everyday life.

Our portfolio includes new buildings and extensions designed for a variety of challenging, protected and sensitive sites. We aim to create beautiful, contemporary architecture with an element of the unexpected. Our buildings are designed to be practical, low-energy and long-life.

We take on a selected number of commissions to ensure that all clients receive a dedicated, detailed and personal service, led from inception to completion by practice founder Fred Guttfield.

Fred studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, where he is an occasional visiting critic. He is a member of the Reading Borough Council Design Review Panel, a RIBA Professional Examiner and RIBA Student Mentor.

Project Architect for the award-winning redevelopment of Glynde Mews in Knightsbridge, London, Fred’s work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts, London and published in books and magazines including Architecture Today, Grand Designs and Architectural Design.