Jonathan Tuckey is the founder of London-based architecture studio Jonathan Tuckey Design.
Jonathan Tuckey Design primarily focuses on working with existing buildings and structures. The studio has become expert in combining contemporary design with layers of built heritage to explore the ways in which old and new can co-exist and elevate one another. They have worked on a number of commercial, cultural and residential projects within Europe, the United States and South America, developing a clear set of principles and approaches to deal with historic and modern architecture.
The studio has worked on such commissions as the Gasholders London at King’s Cross, Pocket Living, Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, Trevarefabrikken, a hotel in Norway, Enoteca 1920 and Wachthuus, both restaurants in Switzerland. Additionally, Jonathan Tuckey Design have begun to collaborate with Hammersmith and Fulham and Southwark Councils, finding solutions to the current housing crisis by identifying unused spaces and providing the council with solutions for increased density.
To further the practice’s neighbourhood outreach, the practice set up Building on the Built, a programme of exhibitions and talks that explores unfamiliar architectural responses to existing structures from around the world and close at home, these public events hosted at their London office.