Founded by Hugo D'Enjoy and Armando Elias Craft Design is a dynamic architecture and construction firm specialised in the development of top-end residential properties and charismatic and independent businesses.
Based in central London, we at Craft Design pride ourselves on a portfolio spread throughout the city; each project representing a unique and tailor-made response that merges creativity and pragmatism to meet our clients' needs.
Quality is our core value and the client our foremost priority. Therefore, we always ensure a one to one advising approach, assisting our customers from the first interview through to the completion of the project.
Aiding us is an international team of highly experienced designers, developers and builders who work together to contribute to Craft Design their multicultural way of thinking.
Hugo D'Enjoy studied architecture at the Central University of Venezuela and received his Diploma with honors in 1992. He later co-founded OSLD Architects with which he won him several awards and recognitions. In 1994 he won the first prize for an architectural design lecturer position in the same university.
He moved to London in 2004 and joined Foster + Partners, where he stayed as an Associate Partner until 2012. His work during this period ranged from educational institutions, Scientific Buildings, Airports and High End Residential projects. As team leader he worked closely with Lord and Lady Foster. He co-founded Craft Design in 2012.
Armando Elias studied architecture at the Central University of Venezuela and received his Diploma with honors in 2001. He moved to London in 2002 to study in the Design Research Lab from the Architectural Association School of Architecture where he successfully received a Master Degree in Architecture and Urbanism.
Prior co-founding Craft Design he was involved in high - profile Projects around the globe ranging from product design to large complex architecture developments in leading international Architectural firms such as Foster and Partners, Murphy Jahn, BFLS, ARUP and Woods Bagot.