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Seth White Architects are an RIBA chartered practice based in St Albans, Hertfordshire that were established in 2020. We are a design-led studio that specialises in residential new builds, extensions and refurbishments but also have experience in education, commercial and mixed use projects. Current projects are located throughout Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and North London.

Why choose Seth White Architects?

- We provide a design-led approach to architecture and interiors that is tailored to meet the needs of each and every client

- We create high quality designs that provide soulful environments to live and work in whilst providing best value for money

- We draw from over 20 years experience of delivering complex projects from inception to completion, across a broad range of sectors and project types

- We are passionate about sustainability and well considered design for a changing world

- Testimonials from past clients demonstrate their positive experiences working with SWA

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Seth White


BA (Hons) Dip Arch ARB RIBA

Seth is the founder and award winning RIBA Architect at Seth White Architects with over 20 years working experience. Prior to establishing the studio, Seth studied at Portsmouth School of Architecture where he completed his architectural BA degree and Diploma, which he was nominated for the RIBA silver medal for the latter.

He moved to London in 2004 and worked on some exciting education and laboratory projects before pursuing roles at well renowned practices John McAslan & Partners and Squire and Partners, where he progressed from Project Architect to Associate Director.


Seth has led a range of high profile residential, mixed use and educational projects from inception to completion. His extensive experience means he is able to provide clients with innovative solutions to their briefs within any given budget. Seth's proven track record for delivering award winning buildings provides his clients the assurance that their project is in safe hands.

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