Geoffrey PYLE


BA (Hons), Dip Arch, MPhil (Cantab), ARB, RIBA
Born 1957

Geoff completed his training in 1982 (PCL), going on to work for practices in London, in particular Burrell Foley Fischer and Nicholas Hare Architects. In 1994 he established Pyle Associates (UK), building up a portfolio of projects for private and local government clients, mainly in the arts, residential, health and commercial sectors.

Early in 2003 he established a presence in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and carried out a number of architectural consultancies in the region, in addition to researching modern architectural heritage in Cambodia and consulting for UNESCO. There he set up Pyle Architects Co Ltd from 2009 - 2011; the company had amongst its clients both international and local organisations.

He promotes appropriate sustainable architecture - a long term interest. He has an MPhil in the History and Philosophy of Architecture.and has been a visiting lecturer at architectural schools in London and Liverpool. Currently he is a part-time design tutor at Nottingham Trent University.

He is fascinated by all stages of making buildings and how they resonate with their users and owners. His prize-winning drawings have been exhibited at the RIBA and the Royal Academy, London.



MArch, BES
Born 1969

Scott trained in Canada at the University of British Columbia and The University of Manitoba, completing his post-graduate Bachelor of Environmental Studies in 1992.

He worked for nine years in Canada for architectural firms, including Busby Associates Architects in Vancouver, on a range of project types which included transport, education, offices and public buildings.

In 2001 he moved to Bankok where he joined Orbit Design Studio; there he was Project Team Leader on several projects including Bed Supperclub in Bangkok, Graham Maitland Smith Residence in Phuket, and Style By Toyota Edu-tainment Center.

In 2006 he established GryphonProjects Design and Management and relocated to Cambodia, since when he has worked with Geoff Pyle on a freelance basis on a number of projects.

In 2008 Scott qualified as a LEED Authorised Professional (US Green Building Council), the first in Cambodia.