Smith & Newton Architects is an award winning East London based RIBA chartered architectural design studio.

Without governance or prejudice to style and architectural trends, we carefully, and appropriately, design bespoke architectural solutions that draw on their collective experience to mitigate risk and drive efficiency. Our combined experience covers a wide range of architectural sectors and we are able to provide a full architectural design service working designs through from feasibility and brief formulation onto construction completion.

Christopher Smith

Christopher Smith

Director
BA (Hons) BArch PgDip ARB RIBA FRSA

Originally from London, Christopher relocated to Manchester & Krakow to study Architecture. On completion of the BArch course he returned to London and has subsequently worked for a number of prestigious design-led UK practices. Within architecture, he has a keen and active interest in Passive Design, including completing numerous BREEAM accredited buildings.

Inaugurated as a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Christopher actively participates in and contributes to the ongoing success of societal developments and its endeavours through round table discussions and community workshops aimed at the enlightenment of the Age. He also designs and curates art installations, some of which have been included within Architecture Festivals.



Dale Newton

Dale Newton

Director
BA (Hons) BArch ARB

After graduating with the highest grades in both BA and BArch courses Dale went on to work for a number of years in Manchester before relocating to London.

He has subsequently worked for a selection of prestigious UK Architectural practices, working on projects in residential, education, commercial and transport sectors. Prior to establishing Smith & Newton, Dale worked for a prominent Industrial product design firm, broadening his global experience by leading projects in Russia, Germany, Canada and the US.

The range of sectors Dale has worked in and the varying project scales can all be identified by a common theme; his dedication to detail. Ensuring designs are at once aesthetically desirable, efficient in their form and use of materials and are fundamentally fit for purpose.