Our talented team, work with exceptional clients to deliver outstanding design, and enjoy doing it. Our work ranges from large scale, mixed-use developments for commercial clients to finely crafted homes and pavilions for private individuals. We also dedicate time to pioneering community-led projects. Our rich and varied experience provides a strong foundation and broad knowledge base from which the practice grows.
Prior to establishing JCA in 2016, Jack Carter worked for 17 years at the Renzo Piano Building Workshop in Paris, leading a variety of internationally recognised projects. These included The New York Times Building, The News Building and Shard Place at London Bridge and Jurassica, a proposal for a palaeontological museum in a disused quarry in Dorset. JCA continue to collaborate with RPBW in the UK, supporting the delivery of the London Bridge Quarter and Paddington Square.
The effect of architecture on the environment is significant and long term. Good architecture should outlast its architect; great architecture can serve for many lifetimes. We acknowledge what we do today shapes the environment for generations to come and are committed as a practice to delivering inspiring architecture with a positive social and environmental impact.