ACME was established in 2007 in London. The practice operates in the fields of contemporary architecture, urban planning, interior design and product design - working with private, corporate and public clients. We are an international practice with offices in London, Berlin, and Melbourne and have fostered a community of staff of a multitude of different nationalities. 

ACME strives to create outstanding projects, to enjoy what we do and to work profitably and sustainably. Employees at ACME are active stakeholders in the business, with a share in the profits and are invited to contribute to its future. We value collaborative working and flat hierarchies to engender a strong sense of ownership, entitlement and responsibility amongst our employees and to foster a vibrant and egalitarian office environment that attracts the highest talent.

On an urban scale, the office has worked on a number of masterplans, among them Leeds Victoria Gate, Southampton Westquay, Eastland Melbourne, Bishopsgate Goodsyard London, Birmingham Smithfield, Folkestone Harbour, Swansea Central and the Corniche in Doha, Qatar.

On an architectural scale, ACME is working on a number of cultural, commercial and residential projects in the UK, Germany, India, Colombia, Spain, Syria, Korea, Romania, Bahrain, Qatar, Australia, France and the UAE. Recent projects include the new Eastland Library in Melbourne, Robina Market in Queensland, Beirut City Centre in Lebanon, Leeds Victoria Gate, Southampton Watermark, Hunsett Mill in Norfolk and the Federal Bank of Saxony in Leipzig.