Owers Warwick Architects evolved from NRAP Architects, a long established Cambridge-based practice. Directors, Richard Owers and Richard Warwick, bring years of experience across many sectors and are supported by an excellent team of talented and enthusiastic architects, architectural assistants and support staff.
We pride ourselves on having a strong team ethic, with regular design and technical reviews to hear each others’ ideas and to collectively progress our designs.
We are passionate about our architecture and work collaboratively with clients and design teams to create wonderful buildings.
“Vibrant and imaginative architecture that not only moves forward the boundaries of innovation but also offers practicality and sympathy with surrounding structures and landscapes.”
Ed Jarron, former Bursar of Clare Hall
We are always happy to hear from experienced architects who would like to join our Cambridge Studio.
If you are interested in joining our growing team please email your CV and a short portfolio to email@example.com
Modern Slavery Statement
Owers Warwick Architects endeavours to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within its directly employed workforce or any of its supply chain. We have a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery and human trafficking and are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships.
NRAP Architects relaunch under the new name Owers Warwick Architects and reopen the newly refurbished offices at 13-15 Covent Garden.
Richard Owers and Richard Warwick complete the purchase of the office premises in Covent Garden. Pictured here once renovated.
Richard Warwick joins Richard Owers and Nicholas Ray as a Director at NRAP Architects.
A party in the courtyard to celebrate 25 years in business – pictured with Daniel Zeichner and friends.
Nick Ray and Richard Owers merge practices to become NRAP Architects with offices in London and Cambridge
Richard Owers founds Plastik Architects with two friends operating from a shop unit on the Caledonian Road in North London
The practice’s first significant university project was the £37M phased re-development of Cambridge Department of Chemistry
The first significant commission from a Cambridge college was Quayside, which provides shops, offices and college accommodation for Magdalene College
Nick Ray leaves Hughes and Bicknel to set up Nicholas Ray Associates.