Peter Aldington created his own practice in 1962. With his experienced team of professionals, they gained a worldwide reputation within a short amount of time. This fame can be traced back to his set of the three village houses in Buckinghamshire which was designed and built with a collaboration with his spouse, Margaret Aldington from year 1964 to 1968. The feature that casted these houses into the spotlight is their magical progression between the house and the garden. The practice was enhanced with the arrival of a new partner, John Craig in 1970. The practice has had experience delivering numerous projects including doctors' surgery room, office interiors, shops. They eventually build themselves up to be recognised as one of the most influential designers of post war domestic housing in Britain. The team was completed with the arrival of Paul Collinge as a partner in 1983. The team are influenced and inspired by renowned architects like Mies Van der Rohe and Le Corbusier. Currently, the practice is still flourishing with Peter Aldington and John Craig taking on the role of consultants.