Award-winning architecture practice PriceGore designs furniture, interiors, extensions and alterations, new buildings and urban strategies. They work with existing and listed buildings, gardens, landscapes and the urban public realm across the UK, and within Europe.

Dingle Price qualified as a furniture and interior designer before studying architecture at the Cass School of Art and University College London, later working for 6a, David Kohn, 5th Studio, and Peter Beard Landroom, while Alex Gore studied at Kingston and the Cass School of Art – and has worked at practices such as Florian Beigel & Philip Christou, Trevor Horne, Peter Beard Landroom and David Kohn.

In 2016 Pricegore won first prize in an open competition for a new public square in Petworth and was selected by a jury of leading critics and curators for the Architecture Foundation’s definitive survey of the best British architects to have established since 2005. Dingle and Alex share their expertise as Design Advisors to the London Borough of Harrow, and also run an undergraduate design studio at Kingston School of Art.

Current projects include new build houses, housing and projects for local authorities, cultural and arts institutions as well as domestic alterations. Showing no signs of slowing, Pricegore – in a collaboration with artist Yinka Ilori – won the competition to design the 2019 Dulwich Summer Pavilion. Fusing African and European design, the colourful exterior echoes the Dutch textile prints found in the markets of Lagos, in homage to Peckham’s own ‘Little Lagos’.

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Studio D1F,
D1 Studios,
Bussey Building,
133 Rye Lane,
Peckham. SE15 4ST


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