John Christophers

Position: Senior Associate

John joined the practice in 1984, and has served variously as Architect, Partner, Director, and Associate since then.

During this period of significant contribution, he has been responsible for designing a wide variety of educational, urban regeneration, residential and arts buildings. He has always been passionate about Sustainable Architecture, a sensibility rewarded by the RIBA Sustainability Award 2005 for Cobtun, Worcester. Cobtun was described by the architectural critic Deyan Sudjic as “an advertisement as much for the pleasure to be had in building … as a manifesto for sustainability.”

Current projects include Masterplanning for King’s School Gloucester, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, King’s School Worcester Sports and Performing Arts Centre, and a building at King’s Hawford School designed to ‘Passivhaus’ ultra low energy standards.


St. Richard’s Hospice Masterplan, new build and refurbishment of the existing premises. £5m

Bromwich Road  The King’s School Worcester. New sports pavilion and residential refurbishment £2m

Modern and Foreign Languages The King’s School Worcester. New build and refurbishment £1m

St Richards Hospice

Masterplan & Sports Hall, The King’s School Chester Update of an outdated masterplan and design and delivery of new sports facilities.

The Bartholomew Barn King’s Hawford School, Worcester. New Passivhaus timber frame multi use hall in a conservation area.

Kings School Gloucester Masterplan Works including the Ivor Gurney Hall Performing Arts space and Music School

The Keyes Building, King’s School Worcester. Studio, theatre and sportshall.