Ian McChesney is a south London based architecture and art studio established in 2001.  The studio works on special projects in sensitive locations that require close attention to detail, and innovative thinking.

The studio is run by Ian McChesney who is a sole practitioner working in collaboration with a range of experienced consultants, administrative support and talented freelance assistants. Clients benefit from a direct working relationship and experience of the sole principle.

About Ian McChesney:
Ian McChesney is an experienced architect with over twenty years' experience. He studied at Kingston University and then at the Royal College of Art in London. Between 1995 and 2001 he worked in the office of John McAslan + Partners on projects for Thames and Hudson and the Royal Academy of Music. In 2001 Ian established the current studio.  Ian has been a visiting critic at various schools of architecture and was a recent external examiner at Oxford Brookes University. Ian has been actively involved in formal design review roles for Southwark, Design Southeast and Transport For London.

Ian McChesney is a chartered architect registered with the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).