Camillin Denny Design have worked globally including Germany, China, Japan, Malta, Greece, North Africa, South America and The Middle East.
Having built the practice in 2010 to a strength of over 50 Architects and interior designers in London and Brighton and international offices and collaborative teams. They became leading architects in North Africa and The Middle East designing the Tripoli Museum, Tripoli University, Riyadh Digital City masterplan in Saudi Arabia, and Al Mafraq Industrial City in Amman, Jordan.
In 2011 World Architecture magazine placed Camillin Denny Architects in eighth position for fee income from Africa out of all UK architectural practices.
One off projects in Shanghai, Malta, Germany, Japan, Colombia and Crete have been undertaken where a bespoke design service has been required by a client for a specific site or building. Most recently a collaboration between a Colombian Architectural Practice in Bogota and Camillin Denny Design to design the new airport in San Andres.
Camillin Denny Design have not only specialised in residential design but also in masterplanning neighbourhoods, towns and cities with supporting infrastructure and civic design.
Each masterplan is distinct in its design and dependent on the particular locations and requirements.
Below are some highlighted masterplan designs:
Digital City, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Residential neighbourhoods, commercial and retail developments with community buildings, landscape and plazas with a digital media and fast data transfer throughout this area of Riyadh. High levels of sustainable design promoting a more holistic lifestyle for its inhabitants who will be connected to their homes, office and leisure facilities via high speed networks and advanced transport systems.
Mafraq Industrial City, Jordan
A new Economic Free Zone in Jordon. Creation of a dry Port, Freight Airport, Road and Railway connections to permit manufacturing and export across the globe from tis uniquely positioned Smart City. The masterplan is made up of a new infrastructure network supporting varying sizes of industrial and technology plots with a mix of key activities and processes. This is supported by ‘smart city’ technology and support, residential areas, community facilities and a sustainable design agenda. The project will provide employment for the local communities in Jordan as well as stimulus for the country’s economy.
Irqah Masterplan, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Located in the district of Irqah in western Riyadh. The masterplan creates a cultural green ribbon through the heart of Irqah with a design grid of residential and leisure facilities that sit either side of the central boulevard providing a key axial link back to the city centre. A perimeter of exclusive residences line the edge of the masterplan with stunning views over the Al Mahdia Valley.
Miteegha Beach, Tripoli, Libya
A 108 hectare site to the east of Tripoli where the proposal was to create a Beach Resort for Tripoli including leisure facilities – a golf course, hotels, villas, cinemas, amphitheatre, retail, aquarium and a Formula One race track through the centre of the masterplan.
Ghat Oasis, Sahara, Libya
As part of a single cohesive tourist vision for the Libyan Sahara we have designed a 40 suite spa retreat hotel within the walls of the old town of Ghat. Set within the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Acacus Mountains. The hotel will provide a destinationfor seclusion and peace before or after a trip into the Acacus Mountains where guests will discover unique spa experiences based aound the healing properties of the desert.