Tom Pike

London / United Kingdom

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Tom Pike
Tom Pike has had a long and fulfilling career in architecture and design, during which he has been involved with a wide variety of disciplines. MORE
Tom initially studied fine art and 3D design at Farnham School of Art and then went on to study architecture at Kingston University. On graduating in 1978, he co-founded the architectural and interior design practice of Tilney Pike Shane. The firm flourished during the 1980s and soon became one of London’s forefront practices of commercial interior design.

In 1987, Tom started up his own firm, The Pike Practice, and began to focus more on architectural work. The Pike Practice enjoyed a sustained period of growth, both in scale and in the breadth of projects. Everything from factories to fashion showrooms, Harley Street clinics, barristers' chambers, restaurants, art galleries and office interiors, formed an important part of the firm's workload.

In 2008, Tom joined partnership with Matthew Giles who had been working at the firm since 2003, and the practice then changed its name to Giles Pike. The firm now specialises in high-quality residential work, ranging from domestic refurbishments and extensions to new-build houses and developments.

Away from the office, Tom’s passions lie in both art and sport. He is a part-time painter, an art collector, a cricketer, tennis player and a keen follower of rugby and football.
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Tom Pike has had a long and fulfilling career in architecture and design, during which he has been involved with a wide variety of disciplines. MORE Tom initially studied fine art and 3D design at Farnham School of Art and then went on to study architecture at Kingston University. On graduating in 1978, he co-founded the architectural and interior design practice of Tilney Pike Shane. The firm flourished during the 1980s and soon became one of London’s forefront practices of commercial interior design. In 1987, Tom started up his own firm, The Pike Practice, and began to focus more on architectural work. The Pike Practice enjoyed a sustained period of growth, both in scale and in the breadth of projects. Everything from factories to fashion showrooms, Harley Street clinics, barristers' chambers, restaurants, art galleries and office interiors, formed an important part of the firm's workload. In 2008, Tom joined partnership with Matthew Giles who had been working at the firm since 2003, and the practice then changed its name to Giles Pike. The firm now specialises in high-quality residential work, ranging from domestic refurbishments and extensions to new-build houses and developments. Away from the office, Tom’s passions lie in both art and sport. He is a part-time painter, an art collector, a cricketer, tennis player and a keen follower of rugby and football.