Wignall and Moore is an architectural studio that includes architects, designers and makers. It produces expressive buildings, places and unique experiences that aim to bring joy. The practice offers original designs based on an appreciation and sensitivity to Architecture, Art and Theatre.
The studio has four principal members with a wide range of interests, skills and ambitions. They are supported by a team of specialist collaborators operating between their central London design studio and Yorkshire workshop. Wignall and Moore bridge the gap between designer and contractor, providing clients with original bespoke prototypes and construction details.
James trained in the UK, winning RIBA awards and nominations before qualifying as an architect at Cambridge in 2015. He graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2010 and has since worked between the worlds of Architecture and Sculpture. James has varied work experience with both artists and architects including Royal Academicians Thomas Heatherwick and the late Will Alsop.
He has worked on a wide range of projects from the conservation of historic fabric to concept buildings and master planning. Largely focused on early stage projects, as an Associate with aLL Design James was involved with multiple schemes at concept and planning stages.
James has worked within extremely sensitive environments such as Tower Bridge and has formed an ambition to unite contemporary design and technology with historic architecture and narrative.
James has taught Architecture units at the University of Greenwich, Nottingham University and been a guest critic at both the AA and Bartlett.
Bradley grew up being trained by his father in the multi-generational family business of carpentry and building. After receiving his qualifications in Architecture and Engineering, Bradley continued pursing his love of craftsmanship and building by constructing several small scale projects across London. He is also involved in larger scale cultural and educational projects in his work with LSI Architects.
An interest in the connection between process and object and in the power that spaces can hold over the inhabitant are central to his architectural philosophy.
Bradley is particularly interested in the interplay of the delicate detail with the complexity of the big brief. His experience as an architect includes team leading on both large scale and boutique projects.
‘Fiona Williams is a principal heritage consultant, her specialisms include townscape assessment, industrial heritage, late twentieth century architecture and English Baroque. Following her studies she completed research and conservation projects for the Victoria & Albert Museum and Design For London. Fiona has worked on buildings designated at the very highest level including several Grade I and Grade II* listed properties. This includes the restoration of the Banqueting House (Grade I), refurbishment of St James’s Palace residential apartments (Grade I), the conversion of Ironbridge power station (World Heritage Site) and the extension of Kensington Palace Orangery (Grade I). She has also undertaken several townscape assessments to support tall buildings in Lewisham, Willesden Green and Mortlake. Consequently Fiona is adept at managing sites with an array of intersecting designations, often resulting in a complex interplay of associated significances. As such Fiona has developed a robust project management style, adhering to timescales whilst mindful of the intrinsic long term nature of conservation projects.’
Howard has worked in boutiques and corporate finance firms in London developing skills in finance, strategy, and investment management.He is now, specialising in social innovation within business enterprises. This helps incorporate stakeholder’s values and provides further purpose into business. Howard has an MBA from the University of Cambridge and a Masters in mathematics from the University of Nottingham.