Murray Smith is a fully qualified architect and chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), with professional experience across a wide range of project types and scales. He established Untitled Practice with landscape architect Fenella Griffin, to bring landscape and architecture together, working with land, buildings and people. The practice is delivering urban public realm and landscape infrastructure projects across London and the south east of England, and we’re also working on rural housing in the south east and Cornwall.

Murray has led award-winning cultural, learning, civic and infrastructural projects during his earlier career, including the Prime Minister’s Better Public Building Award shortlisted Lavender Children’s Centre in Merton, RIBA Award winning John Galsworthy Building at Kingston University, RIBA Conservation Award winning Peter Jones Store redevelopment in London, and international competition winning Kelvin Link Bridge in Glasgow. He recently participated in a green infrastructure trade mission with UKTI to South Korea.

Fenella Griffin is a fully qualified landscape architect and chartered member of the Landscape Institute (CMLI), working across practice and education. She established Untitled Practice with architect Murray Smith, to bring landscape and architecture together, working with land, buildings and people. The practice is delivering urban public realm and landscape infrastructure projects across London and the south east of England, and we’re also working on rural housing in the south east and Cornwall.

Fenella has collaborated extensively with architects and worked across all scales from local community spaces and civic public realm, to landscape infrastructure systems and environmental resource planning, in the UK and internationally. Her earlier career includes BURA and Civic Trust award-winning projects at Speke Garston in Liverpool and Royal Victoria Square in London, and she has won Europan and RIBA competitions at Geestacht an die Elbe in Germany and Avenham Park Pavilion in Preston.