Henley Halebrown Rorrison
Henley Halebrown Rorrison (HHbR) started as a couple of casual collaborations where they worked on a variation of exhibition, interiors and local projects. When they received their first commission of the Shepherdess Walk industrial building by the Manhattan Loft Corporation in 1997. The 10,000 m2 property in Shoreditch was to be transformed into loft apartments. Since then, Henly Halebrown Rorrison has been working on a handful of projects including multi unit housing developments as well as private residential houses. The practice believes buildings are the backbone of the society - they are the foundation and they are the homes for a people. Buildings are an appropriate settings for various services, including health, education, the arts and even commerce. Architecture is the stimulant of social interaction and private aims.