About GW Architectural

About us

GW Architectural (GWA) are a Newcastle based Architectural Design Studio. We're proud to be a Chartered CIAT and registered RICS practice.

Our award winning team work closely with our clients to provide bespoke design solutions across all of our projects, regardless of how large or small.

We work extensively across a number of sectors including Domestic, Residential, Education, Leisure, and Commercial.

We are passionate about the work we do, and our aim is to provide spaces that people are passionate about using.

GW Wall Sign
GW Street Building


The built environment is part of our everyday lives and affects how we interact with and pass through spaces.

Here at GWA, we strive to make improvements to these spaces, carefully considering how they influence behaviour, mood and, above all, how they make us feel.

Learning from precedents enables us to deliver thought-provoking environments that captivate and inspire clients and users.


Our approach to design is as unique and individual as the end product itself. We understand that every client project is unique.

We work closely with our clients to ensure we deliver the best possible solution to their needs, whilst ensuring a focus on timescales, budgets, and buildability

Using our experience and advanced design software, we can deliver accurate models that allow our clients to experience a project's look and feel inside and out, before building work commences. This assists with making design choices that provide maximum benefits.

GWA Design
GW Management


Whether managing the full design or tender process, carrying out on-site inspections or providing a design manager service to tender or live projects we have extensive experience in carrying out these roles.

Our bespoke management system gives peace of mind to domestic and commercial clients alike. Our clients can be sure that the process is being overseen by experienced professionals who ensure projects are delivered on time, on budget and without incident.

Have an enquiry or project in mind?