Rabble was founded by Will Anderson, David Jones and George Mitzalis after meeting at Cambridge University. We are an architecture and townscape practice with a growing reputation for creating familiar but imaginative buildings and places. Since its inception, the studio is now a team of five, and has developed a growing portfolio of private commissions within the residential and commercial sectors.

The studio's name refers to an interest in character and connections. Work is influenced by the beauty, features and landscapes of everyday culture. Using these references as a base, generous projects are built which test what buildings and townscapes can do and be.

Projects range from the scale of the village masterplan to the bespoke door. Clients include real estate funds, estate trustees, community development companies, rural charities, developers and individuals. A number of projects have been nationally recognised: the Making Places Method won the 2017 Community Planning Award and the Lewes Phoenix Rising Project has been featured by The Sunday Times, The Independent and BBC South East.

Clients and collaborators include

Lewes Phoenix Rising
University of Cambridge
Central Saint Martins
South Downs National Park Authority
The Firle Estate
CPRE Sussex Countryside Trust
Action in Rural Sussex
Jim Richardson Architects
Savills Petworth
Angmering Community Land Trust
Miranda Fairhurst Flowers
Moore Blatch LLP
Henry Adams Agents