Mark Camillin and Liam Denny founded Camillin Denny Architects in 1997, the practice has grown and evolved becoming CDMS Architects in 2011 and based in Brighton and now Camillin Denny Design based in Devon.
Camillin Denny Design specialises in one off projects for select private clients, international projects and our own developments of luxury holiday houses.
Liam previously worked in London and the West Country. Liam Studied at the University of Bath and at the University of East London. In addition to his architectural qualifications he has a Masters Degree in History and Theory and a Higher Education teaching qualification.
Liam has designed and administered a number of high specification hotel and residential developments and refurbishments for private clients and developers. He was responsible for the complete refurbishment of the old Irish Club in Eaton Square which reinstated the building as a single family dwelling and included substantial repairs following several years unoccupied.
Liam was responsible for the fit-out and interior design of a number of hotels for the Hilton Group including the prestigious Waldorf Astoria hotel at Syon Park in London.
He has led a team developing an Industrial Masterplan for the Mafraq area in Jordan and has also worked across the UK developing projects such as the refurbishment of Todmorden’s Grade I Listed town hall and as the project Architect for Rocco Forte’s 5 star Lowry hotel in Manchester.
Mark studied at Brighton Polytechnic and qualified at the Architectural Association in London. He then worked for some of the UK’s leading architectural design practices including Foster and Partners, Allies and Morrison and BDP. He was involved in three residential developments on the River Thames – Parliament View, Albion Riverside and Grosvenor Dock. He was part of the masterplan team for the redevelopment of Paternoster Square and designed the Student Village masterplan at the University of the West of England.
Mark has worked on the design of a diverse range of projects from innovative residential developments, one off houses and eco-houses, through to masterplanning whole areas of cities and new towns. He has worked on a diverse range of projects; day centres for the homeless, yoga studios, schools and university buildings, hotels and interiors, olympic trading kiosks, museum buildings and technology and industrial cities.
He has also led the practice into the international market with major projects in North Africa and the Middle East, and residential and hotel projects in Malta, Greece, China and Germany.