Tobias Davidson founded his practice in 2006 after 14 years working for leading architectural practices in London and Berlin. During this time he contributed to the design and construction of a wide variety of building types including hotels, trains stations, offices and housing, both as a project leader and team member; he continues a strong association with transport architect Weston Williamson, where he has led teams on significant recent and on-going projects at Paddington and Victoria Stations.
Owing to its small scale, the practice is ideally set up to provide a highly personalised and focussed service for domestic clients but also welcomes larger commissions.
Tobias is a member of the RIBA and has an informal affiliation with a number of small architectural practices, including NRAP, Roman Pardon, MillsPower Architecture, West Architecture and Plastik Architects, with whom he can share resources when projects call for a larger team.
Tobias speaks fluent German and offers a service as an executive architect for German practices working in London or for British clients planning to build in Germany.