In 2016 following Neil’s retirement Victoria established Victoria Holland Architecture. At the core of the practice is the ambition to achieve excellence in design and to provide carefully crafted buildings in keeping with their context and our clients expectations.
With over 10 years of experience Adriana has worked on private residential and hospitality projects in both the public and private sector. She has worked on the City of Culture project of the acclaimed New York architect Peter Eisenman to design a collection of cultural buildings in Galicia, Spain. Most recently her renovation of a Penthouse in Madrid featured in the Architectural Digest.
Her recent design projects in Ghana and Guinea have focused on sustainability, local resources and cultural identity. In her spare time, Steinunn has contributed to the work of Architecture Sans Frontiéres.
Inigo believes in providing a comprehensive service, carrying the projects through all design and management stages – from inception to completion -, to make sure quality is always maintained and the end result is beyond what the client originally expected.
Ann-Marie has had the opportunity to work on truly bespoke projects for the super wealthy in the UK and many varied worldwide projects which have taken her to the USA, Italy, Sweden, the Caribbean, Switzerland and beyond. However, she is most proud of a true self-build project completed on a tiny budget.
Beatrice has a passion for shape, texture and colour but retains a firm belief that a collaborative approach is key to the success of the creative process.
Edward has recently completed his Part 1 degree in Architecture from the University of Lincoln. Researching into the potential for wooden high-rise buildings, and developing ideas for restorations of listed buildings in Brighton during his final year. He has recently joined Victoria Holland Architecture and plans to complete his Part 2 in the near future.
Spencer is a wire haired Dachshund. He has very short legs and a very loud bark.
He specialises in reducing stress or increasing it depending on his mood.
He is particularly interested in stealing shoes and helping himself to the contents of handbags.