We are a small architectural practice, based in South West London, which operates within an informal and open office. We work predominantly on residential projects in the Central and Greater London areas for a variety of private clients, designing and managing them from their inception through to completion.

We are a hierarchy free enterprise where everyone has a voice and is encouraged to contribute towards the creative output of the firm. The atmosphere within the firm is both light-hearted and buzzy, and where no one is allowed to take themselves too seriously. The quality of the work we produce is the only thing we allow ourselves to take seriously. In terms of age, gender and nationality we are broadly mixed and we firmly believe that this helps us to keep a sense of balance in all that we do.

Please do click on our ‘Introduction’ and ‘Work Stages’ pages for more information on how we typically get involved in a new project.


Tom Pike

Director & Architect

Tom Pike

Director & Architect

Dip AD, Dip Arch, RIBA.

Tom Pike has experience across a wide range of design disciplines having been involved in the commercial sector and the residential field. Having studied interior design as well as architecture has also broadened his approach.
During his career, he has been responsible for projects as varied as art galleries, restaurants, offices for advertising agents and marketing companies, barristers chambers and Harley Street clinics.

Latterly Tom’s work has been more concentrated on domestic architecture and design, as evidenced by the work illustrated in this brochure.

Tom enjoys designing houses and apartments for private clients and helping people navigate through the vicissitudes of a building project. Helping people make the most of their home environment is one of his passions.

Away from the office, Tom’s interests lie in art, sport, and politics. He is a keen tennis player and follows all sport closely. He has been a collector of contemporary is from an early age and has an impressive art collection.

Edwina Threipland

Director & Architect

Edwina Threipland

Director & Architect

MA Cantab, Dip Arch, RIBA

Edwina studied architecture at Cambridge and London Metropolitan Universities. She subsequently travelled and worked in the Far East, working on high-end residential schemes in Bangkok, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur between 2003 and 2008. On returning to Britain, her interest in climate-related design led her to join ZEDfactory and then KSR Architects, where she researched carbon-neutral technologies and project managed eco-housing schemes, becoming the team leader responsible for all matters relating to sustainability and green design.

She joined Pike and Partners (previously named Giles Pike Architects) in 2010, and has been running all manner of projects from start to finish since that time.

Championing environmentally responsible architecture remains a keen interest of Edwina, as a Director of Pike & Partners.

Away from the office, she created the front cover of “The Dictionary of Ecodesign” by Ken Yeang and Lilian Woo, and is currently editing a book entitled ‘At One with Nature.’

Evgenia Gkratsi

Architectural Assistant

Evgenia Gkratsi

Architectural Assistant

Evgenia has completed an Architectural and Urban Planning Masters degree in Albania, while working on high-end architectural and interior design projects in a multidisciplinary studio in Tirana.

She moved to London in 2020 where she participated in both Interior Design and Architectural user friendly and sustainability based projects.

Evgenia joined Pike & Partners in 2022, where she strives to combine her passion for design and architecture and enjoys transforming London houses through creating something new every day.

Outside the office, Evgenia’s interests lie in art and music. She is an admirer of surrealism, and playing music is one of her main hobbies.

Miriam

Miriam

Miriam is an Architect (Australia) based in London, UK.

​Miriam graduated in 2011 from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Environmental Design and a Master of Architecture with Distinction. Since then she has worked in a variety of high-end architecture practices in Australia, Canada and the UK.

Her masters thesis focused on phenomenology and creating sacred spaces through the use of form, materiality, light and scale.

Through experience in several high-end firms, Miriam has developed a particular interest in residential architecture and creating beautiful, bespoke spaces for living. Her interest is centred on sustainable practice and, in particular, passive design and retrofitting existing dwellings better eco performance.

Claudia Prutti

Social Media & Marketing

Claudia Prutti

Social Media & Marketing