Who are our clients?

We work with a wide variety of clients, ranging from domestic clients and grass root community groups to public arts organisations and international universities.

Together with many private clients in the United Kingdom, France and Norway, our recent clients include:

  • The MOOT Gallery and Stand Assembly (UK)
  • Nottingham Trent University (UK)
  • Lille Métropole Museum of Modern Art (France)
  • Arts Council England (UK)
  • Sneinton Alchemy (UK)
  • The Lakeside Arts Centre (UK)
  • Manning School for Girls (UK)
  • Mellers Primary School (UK)
  • The Mighty Creatives (UK)
  • Casciani Evans Wood (UK)
  • David Boden Associates (UK)
  • University of Lincoln (UK)
  • Kubik Interiørarkitekter (Norway)
  • The Sneinton Business Forum (UK)
  • Latham Architects (UK)
  • The Sky Vault Landmark (UK)
  • University of Sharjah (United Arab Emirates)
  • L’Aéronef (France)
  • Nottingham Progressive Jewish Congregation (UK)

Collaborate with us!

We love to work with people who push us to think outside the box and we are always looking for new collaboration opportunities.

We have successfully collaborated with artists, architects, town planners, musicians, lighting designers, builders, manufacturers, engineers, universities, schools and community groups — all bringing about refreshingly new perspectives to our work and keeping our creative juices flowing!

We are happy to adapt to a wide variety of collaboration setups, whether it is for the development of specific projects or competition entries, as independent consultants or for longer term freelancing agreements.

Get in touch with us to see how we could work together!


What our clients and collaborators say about us

Thanks to 2hD for their outstanding work! With the 3D model, we can browse, move and observe every corner of the building: a true manual that allows us to reproduce on site what has been imagined by the architects.
Béranger Hau, client and self-builder
of our stone barn conversion project in Dordogne
We were given an idea and turned it into our own. We´ve had freedom to use our imagination: doing nothing but making something!
School parents involved with their children in
our community public art project The Lost Cuckoo
2hD have been committed to delivering the highest standard possible at every opportunity in our collaboration, which is absolutely how it should be and the reason why it has worked so well for all parties.

From our initial shared exploration of the site, they were very engaged with my responses and ideas, responding quickly with visualisations and practical suggestions for the making process. The principle of our collaboration was to understand where our common ground was and how best to pool resources and create design without compromise.
Tristan Hessing, collaborating artist
about our Stranded art installation
As a freelance journalist and amateur painter I wanted a flexible working space set apart from the house, with a district personality that would, nevertheless, not clash with the village setting. 2hD’s proposals fulfilled my checklist and the practice worked intelligently with us and our builder to realise these ambitions.

The studio is a real joy. Being flooded with natural light and with high levels of insulation, it uses little energy. I seldom turn on the lights, even on the gloomiest of days, and the stove is only lit occasionally, as the building keeps a regular temperature throughout the year.
Michael Hughes, client and user
about our award-winning painter's studio and home office
The enjoyment with this wonderful pavilion is so great that — despite the summer weather outside — everyone wants to be inside it, and all faces are lit up with joy!
Barbara Gaul, invited artist from Düsseldorf
about our award-winning inflatable event space
2hD’s impact was in developing a lasting understanding of the creative processes and demonstrating to young people that creativity isn’t just about having good ideas. That has to happen within a framework of understanding the issue, consulting others and evaluating how far your ideas meet your original intentions. 2hD also acted as a bridge between the school and higher education which had a significant impact on the girls.
Jo Gogelescu, Deputy Head at Manning School for Girls
about our Creative Spaces in schools
The house has performed well and we are very happy with its aesthetics, comfort and technical performance. It blends in well with the village despite being obviously modern. Many passers by stop to enquire and pass comment on the house, usually very favourably. We often see cars slowing down in the road outside, almost stopping to catch a second glance.

All the energy bills for the first year of occupation, plus the running of an electric car and water rates, were covered by the return from the solar panels, leaving us only council tax to pay!
Roger Bell, client and user
about our low-energy house in a conservation area
We’re very happy with the transformation of our home — 2hD really spotted and brought out the potential of the cottage. When the project was on site, the architect continued to work closely with us and the builder to make sure we got the result we were looking for. Now we feel right at home.
Michael Benyan, client and user
about our cottage refurbishment
Photos taken brilliantly, in all aspects of the word!
Nice, precise, detailed and beautifully captured with brilliant colours. We will definitely ask 2hD again to photograph our interior projects!
Hege Liven, interior architect at Kubik
about our photography of their new office interior for Norman & Co