"Excellence ... in our people, service and architecture."
The company was established in 1953 as Ryder and Yates. Ryder Architecture now works across the UK from offices in Newcastle, Glasgow, Liverpool and London. They are commissioned on projects ranging in value from £50,000 to £300m in the workplace, education, healthcare, leisure, residential and infrastructure sectors. For Ryder, the practice of architecture embraces everything from strategic brief consultancy and masterplanning through to interior and product design and post occupancy evaluation. They challenge norms and their people bring the very best in knowledge, creative thinking and capability.
Their culture promotes empowerment, creativity and teamwork and they are ranked the highest architect in the 2014 Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For. Ryder Architecture is dedicated to giving something back to the locations in which they work through active involvement in charities and community groups.
The prestigious awards held at the Grosvenor Hotel in London, celebrate the best in UK construction with outstanding entries from over 1,200 businesses. Initiated and led by Ryder Architecture, the pioneering PlanBEE (Built Environment...Read More
Northumbria University and Ryder have been recognised as the UK’s most innovative collaboration between a business and a university in the Times Higher Education Awards. The University and Ryder began collaborating seven years ago...Read More
The new partners have been appointed to continue to build on the growing expertise of Ryder across an increasingly diverse sector and geographic base. Peter Barker, Gareth Callen, Andrew Costa, Richard Dorkin and Ronnie...Read More
Ryder Architecture and Arup unveil the Northern Arc proposal in Hyperloop One Global Design Challenge The Northern Arc proposal was revealed as one of nine shortlisted routes spanning the continent as part of Hyperloop...Read More