Ian McChesney created McChesney Architects with the intention of delivering highly functional pieces of work, where technology meets art thoroughly carefully detailed engineering, design and fabrication process that would highlight the unique craft of making. Despite being a small studio. the team has a big reach and frequently collaborates with consultants to design projects in sensitive settings to ensure that the architecture is precisely engaging and delightful for the end users. Ever since its establishment in 2001, the practice has rose to fame for delivering projects that have a consistent direction and an emphasis for detail. McChesney Architects work for various clients including local authorities, private clients and commercial development companies. Clients are pleased with the practice's approach to their brief; the team ensures quality designs are delivered which are specially designed and tailored for the respective clients to ensure the space encapsulate the right ambience and style requested. Some of their projects include King's Cross, Granary Square, a glass cladded house in South london, Sydenham Park House, the house at Turney Road, Avenham Pavilion and Dulwich Estates Office. The practice also creates a variety of sculptures like 'Out of the Strong Came Forth Sweetness' at The Angel Building, Arrival and Departure in Plymouth and Wind Shelter in Blackpool.