Mountain is an architecture studio of award-winning architects working out of Bristol and London.

It is directed by David Hemingway and Tim Burton who recognised their complementary talents whilst working as project architects for Niall McLaughlin Architects.

The practice is now working on a range of buildings across the UK and internationally.

The hallmark of Mountain is an excellent client service providing characterful and thoughtful architecture delivered efficiently with an attention to detail and a careful response to place and design brief.

We have extensive built experience and work on projects at all stages from inception through to delivery.

We enjoy working collaboratively with clients together with contractors, suppliers and craftsmen to achieve agreed goals.

David Hemingway | BA(Hons) DipArch ARB

David has been an ARB qualified Architect for over 15 years, having studied in Leeds and Rome.

He has worked for a variety of award winning practices on projects in the UK, Ireland and Spain including for Niall McLaughlin Architects and Neil Choudhury

His workload and experience is broad: from one-off private houses to mixed use college and faculty buildings, extensive experience working with high end residential and listed buildings, including sterling shortlisted Ripon Chapel and RIBA European winner House at Goleen.

He is a Post Graduate design tutor at the University of Greenwich and guest critic/tutor at the Welsh School of Architecture.

Tim Burton | BA(Hons) DipArch ARB

Prior to joining Mountain Tim worked at award winning practices FCB Studios and Niall McLaughlin architects, where he was project architect on the Stirling Prize nominated Darbishire Place.

He has expertise in designing and delivering projects of very different scales, budgets and sectors from high quality refurbishments to new museums.

Tim studied architecture at the prestigious department of Architecture [D-ARCH] at the ETH Zürich and at the Cass School, London.

He previously worked in art and film and has a degree in Fine Art and Art History from Goldsmiths College.

He is a design tutor at the Welsh School of Architecture and part time design fellow at the University of Bath.

He also works for the Richard Feilden Foundation that seeks to improve educational infrastructure and opportunities for young people in Africa.