Charles Holland

Charles Holland is an Architect, writer and teacher. He is the principal of Charles Holland Architects, a multi-disciplinary practice with offices in London and Dover. His work includes architecture, art, writing and research and ranges in scale from the urban masterplan to the domestic interior.

Charles is a former director of FAT and a co-founder of Ordinary Architecture. His completed projects include residential, civic and educational buildings as well as exhibitions, interiors and public art. His work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Venice Biennale. While at FAT, he was the co-designer of A House For Essex, the practice’s collaborative project with the artist Grayson Perry, recently nominated for the Mies van der Rohe European Award for Architecture.

Charles is currently a Professor of Architecture at the University of Brighton where his research focuses on housing and experimental rural settlement. He writes and lectures about architecture regularly and contributes a monthly column to the RIBA Journal.