Fisher Cheng is an RIBA chartered practice crafting considered spaces with a socially motivated agenda. We work across scales and sectors, blending a playful design approach with a serious attitude toward functionality.
BA(Hons) MArch ARB RIBA
Yuting is a concept driven, collaborative architect with a background in a wide range of building uses and scales, having worked across sectors from small art installations to skyscrapers.
Prior to co-founding Fisher Cheng, Yuting was an Architect at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners gaining experience across a number of high profile residential projects in the UK and internationally.
Her Masters thesis envisaged the reworking of Canvey Island Town Council as a civic piece of seaside architecture and was nominated for the RIBA Silver Medal. She was the recipient of the RIBA South Student Prize, Scott Brownrigg and Spratley Studios prize.
Yuting is currently a Practice Mentor for MA Interior Design students at the Royal College of Art and an Architecture Ambassador for the RIBA schools programme.
BA(Hons) DipArch ARB RIBA
Richard is a detail focused architect with a broad range of experience in residential and education projects both in the private and public sector.
His combined Architecture and Planning undergraduate degree has provided valuable expertise in navigating the planning system for challenging projects.
Previously while at Hawkins\Brown, Richard had a key role leading the design and consultant team on a number of significant housing projects requiring collaborative negotiations with local planning authorities around London.
Prior to this, Richard worked for small practices in Devon and Oxford focusing on bespoke, highly-crafted private houses, one of which featured on the programme Grand Designs.