Frank Reynolds Architects
Frank Reynolds Architects

Frank Reynolds Architects was established in 1996, originally as part of the BPM Group providing comprehensive consultancy services to the construction industry. In 2009 it became an independent practice focused on providing architectural services to the residential and commercial sectors.

The company has developed to provide expertise within the residential sector for developers, contractors, housing associations and private individuals, and in the commercial sector for hotels, restaurants, and leisure operators.

This RIBA Chartered Practice can count on a reputation for design led, clear, architectonic solutions, over a wide range of project sizes. The main expertise lies in the residential sector, where partnering relationships with several RSL, private developer and contractor clients have been developed. Their award-winning planning work includes quick accurate feasibility studies to establish viability, with imaginative and buildable design solutions. Starting with a thorough understanding of a planning vision, they profitably work as a team to realise the project, maintaining the architectural integrity of the design whilst finding sensible, effective, and buildable details.

Greenwich Peninsula Plot18

Greenwich Peninsula Plot18

Residential development, part of the "Creative District" of Greenwich Peninsula: a massive regeneration scheme of London

Project Specs

  • Location: London

  • Contractor: L&Q Group

  • Year of completion: ongoing



Greenwich Peninsula Plot18

  • Unitised curtain wall system with glazed infills.
  • Unitised curtain wall system with metal spandrel panels.
  • Horizontal and vertical alluminum picture framing with PPC finish.
  • DGU capped fixed alluminum stick curtain wall system with horizontal and vertical insulated pressed alluminum infill panels.

Designed by

Frank Reynolds Architects Architects

Live Project

The 476 homes Greenwich Peninsula project (Plots 18.02 and 18.03) marks the end of West Parkside and Central Park. Two slender bronze framed towers of 22 and 30 storeys in height set landmarks along the spine road, combined with restrained brick mansion buildings.

To the rear a more tradition terrace of townhouses provides a domestic setting for the adjacent St Mary Magdalene school. At the centre of the plots, a generous new pocket plaza serves the local community and pupils of the school. Residents will enjoy landscaped gardens at podium level and the tower sky terraces. At street level, buildings are animated by lobbies, homes, and commercial frontages. The project forms the first build phase of a wider masterplan of over 3000 homes on the peninsula.