biography

Christian Andersson-Wood is an award-winning architect and lighting designer specialising in conservation, modern insertions to period and listed buildings, innovative extensions to existing buildings and the creation of bespoke interiors.

Born and brought up in Norway, Christian studied at Brighton University where he achieved a first class degree in Architectural Design, he went on to gain a distinction for his Diploma in Architecture at the Bartlett School of Architecture (UCL), one of the leading architectural colleges in the world. A further Masters in film design at Kingston University added an additional perspective to his creative process.

Christian has over twenty  years experience in some of London’s leading architecture and lighting design practices, working on some of the UK’s landmark residential and corporate buildings. Andersson-Wood’s designs change the way people use their home environment, making a difference to how we live our lives by offering unique architectural ideas that dramatically alter the way we live and work.

The practice ethos is one of considered, site specific architecture of the highest quality, combined with exceptional lighting design and the honest use of materials. We have extensive experience directing complex projects through the planning process, particularly listed buildings and those in conservation areas.
We will work closely with you to understand and interpret your needs, providing you with suggestions and alternative solutions from the conservative to the dramatic, to transform and enhance any space.

Christian Andersson-Wood’s practice is based in Petersham, South West London.