Writing, teaching, thinking. Engaging in debate, lecturing. Each forms an important part of our practice. The discipline of writing and talking formally forces you to pare down, rationalise and justify your thoughts, all whilst trying not to over-simplify, or loose the delightful to the rational. 


Writing by us: 

A Drawing is not the Building - on Sigurd Lewerentz
Anatomy of a Partition - on walls
Strange Cousins - on designing for theatre
The Spectacle of Society - on Martin Crimp
The Destruction of Memory - on Tim Slade's documentary 


Writing about us: 

New ‘vibrant’ building for new church - Madeleine Davies in the Church Times
Bethnal Green Mission accomplished by Gatti Routh Rhodes - Rob Wilson in the Architect’s Journal
Height and light: Cut House, Oxford by Gatti Routh Rhodes - Rob Wilson in the Architect's Journal
Set design: Gatti Routh Rhodes imagines the world of Martin Crimp - Jon Astbury in the Architect's Journal
New Architects 3 - The Architecture Foundation
Gatti Routh Rhodes wins planning for East End church project - Elizabeth Hopkirk in Building Design
St Mary of Eton, Hackney Wick - Ike Ijeh in Building Design