Adrian Hill Architects is a London based architecture and interdisciplinary design practice.
We help our clients add value to their sites, produce design that passes the tests of use and time and create architecture that responds to the people who live and work in it.
Our team’s experience covers both small scale residential projects and large mix use schemes, from planning stage to detailed design and construction.
Adrian has been a UK qualified Architect since 2009 having studied at the University of Portsmouth (RIBA part 1), University of Westminster (RIBA part 2) and Oxford Brookes University (RIBA part 3).
Prior to setting up AHA, Adrian was Senior Architect at Waind Gohil and Potter Architects (3yrs), Cousins and Cousins Architects (3yrs) and The Manser Practice Architects (6yrs), leading a number of high profile residential and mixed use projects of varying scales across London and the South East.
Adrian is a registered Architect with the Arb and member of the Royal Institute of British Architects
Milena grew up in Transylvania and studied at the ‘Ion Mincu’ University of Architecture in Bucharest, ‘La Sapienza’ in Rome and then at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London.
Milena and Adrian met while working at WGP architects in West
London( 4 years ). Milena has also worked at Round Robin Studio (1 year) after having started in practice at Apunktplan in Romania (2.5 years).
Currently a visiting lecturer at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, Milena leads a design studio.
Jon is a qualified Architect with a professional background in construction delivery and on-site management. Jon joins us from Cousins and Cousins, where he worked primarily in the housing team, largely with existing buildings in sensitive locations and of exceptional quality. Jon has also worked at Squire and Partners and Aukett Swanke.
Jon is also a course tutor for Masters Part II at London South Bank University.
When he's not architecting, Jon enjoys tinkering on his camper van, to which he has turbo-charged and converted it to run on vegetable oil.