4 Gloucester Passage
Brighton BN1 4AS
T: 01273 964051
Human activity defines sense of place, in the moment and over time. Places can enhance connection and interaction between people.
Our work, as designers, is interested in this relationship. We aim to create spaces which enrich our shared human experience.
We work across many different project types and our approach and process underpins it all. It is to listen to your needs, we seek to gain a deep understanding of the patterns of your use and to understand the opportunities of your site. For us, good design is the greater sum of all these parts.
This simple, informed design approach has enabled us to work effectively in many different areas:
Developing ground-breaking low-energy design solutions
Nurturing brand identities through design
Creating bespoke ‘Grand Design’ solutions for homes
Collaborating with communities in the creation of new places
Creating new products for international retail and hospitality clients
Evolving new Modern Methods of Construction, such as modular off-site construction
Forensic examination and methodical solutions for Grade 1 listed property
Strategic planning of larger rural sites and complex mixed-use urban locations
Evolving client property portfolios to suit market demands
Nick Stickland is one of our founding directors and an experienced architect by trade.
Due to his particular experiences he is also, increasingly, a rare breed - the strong all-rounder.
- Nick has been a visualisation artist.
- Concept designer in large commercial practice.
- A business owner and employer.
- Contracts administrator to projects in the £10m’s.
- Expert witness in multi million pound legal dispute.
- Technical adviser for the manufacture of modular products.
- Confidant to developers for project viability.
Nick is undaunted by the challenge of projects, believing that the best solutions are generated through strong relationships and a well thought through process. Nick is motivated by clients who value our experience and skill and who enable us, in turn, to add value to their projects.
Caroline Wright is the Interior Design Director of Stickland Wright Ltd. and an experienced Interior Designer with extensive experience in commercial and residential sectors. Caroline has a career spanning over 25 years and has worked with large international brands and small start up businesses. Her approach to design is centred on the user experience, ensuring the physical environment positively connects with the end user, and with commercial clients, improves brand perception and business performance.
Caroline and the team work with clients to tease out their narrative and reflect that across their branding and design. She also has a passion for sustainable design, and having recently built her own multi generational passive house, she is keen to bring this expertise to projects where she can.
With this core understanding Caroline is undaunted by the challenge of projects. As a team we believe that the best solutions are generated through strong relationships and a well thought through design process.
Samantha Davies is Stickland Wrights senior Architect with over 20 years experience across a number of sectors, most notably in the education and in Sustainable design. Her in-depth knowledge of LEA's School legislation, funding and building programmes compliments the teams skills. Samantha has worked on traditional design and build and management contracts as a lead consultant. Samantha enjoys the research of new methods of construction and has extensive working knowledge on sustainable methods of construction with practical applications across the Stickland Wright portfolio.
Vicky’s breadth of knowledge traverses Interior Design , Architecture and brand management. Vicky studied art & architectural history at University College London before working in press and marketing at Tate galleries. She went on to graduate with a masters in Interior Design from University of Brighton
Vicky always strives to produce work to the highest standard and carefully undertakes every task with a strong attention to detail. She supports junior team members with her natural ability impart practical knowledge clearly and concisely. In a fast passed industry Vicky is key to the Stickland Wright development, carrying out regular design and trend analysis across her projects to ensure the final design responds to, and engages with the end users. Vicky truly does have her finger on the beating pulse of the design industry
13 flats developed to Active House standard.
Modular development of 13 sustainable and affordable homes.
A new model housing concept embracing sustainability and communal living.