Founded in 2009, Dallas-Pierce-Quintero is an award-winning architecture, art and place-shaping studio based in London. As a small interdisciplinary team of creative problem-solvers, we work at the intersection of public art and architecture, public realm and culture.

We design, commission and deliver projects, both permanent and temporary, producing site-specific design, strategies and artworks.

At the start of every project we immerse ourselves in the context, getting to know the place, people and aspirations. We put people at the heart of our projects by engaging with those involved to shape creative outcomes that resonate and stand the test of time.

Selected Client list

Cultural organisations:
Artfelt, Sheffield Children’s Hospital
Dazed and Confused
Museum of Modern Art Warsaw
National Saturday Club
The Architecture Foundation
The Royal Academy of Arts
The Sorrell Foundation
Victoria & Albert Museum
Local Authorities:
Ashford Borough Council
Cambridge City Council
Colchester Borough Council
Essex County Council
Fenland District Council
London Borough of Southwark
Derby City Council
Leicester County Council
Llanelli Borough Council
Milton Keynes Council
Wandsworth Borough Council
Watford Council
West Lothian Council
Wrexham County Borough Council
Private clients:
Berkeley Group
Cushman & Wakefield
London Development Agency
Taylor Wimpey Central London


– Winner: RIBA London Award 2023 – Forest Houses
– Winner: New London Architecture Award 2022, Homes category – Forest Houses
– Highly Commended: British Homes Awards 2022, Development of the Year (up to 20 Homes) – Forest Houses
– Winner: New London Architecture Award 2022, Meanwhile category – Culture Palace
– Highly Commended: Civic Trust Awards 2023 – Culture Palace
– aii. The most innovative and best architecture websites of 2018
– Archiboo Finalist 2017, Best Homepage
– Brick Awards Individual Housing Development Award 2016
– RIBA London Regional Award 2015, Courtyard House
– RIBA London Small Project Award 2015, Courtyard House
– New London Architecture Home Award 2015, Courtyard House
– RIBA London Emerging Practice runner-up 2015
– Principal award winner as part of the Cathedral Gardens project in the Restoration & regeneration Category for the BALI  National Landscape Awards 2015
– Commendation for the 2012 New London Architecture Award in the Public Spaces Category
– Shortlisted for the 2011 Conde Nast Traveller Innovation & Design Award

Press & Publications

Architecture Social 2021
ArchDaily, December 2020
Featured in Development & Place Magazine, Cushman & Wakefield, September 2018
Featured in British + Irish Modern: New Houses and Old Houses Made New, Images Publishing 2018                               Featured in New Architects 3, Merrell 2016
Featured in Grand Designs House of the Year 2015
Dezeen, April 2016
Inhabit Magazine, Autumn 2015
Elle Decoration, October 2015
Guardian Weekend Magazine, October 2015
Evening Standard, September 2015
Newham Magazine, September 2015