MJ Long (MArch RIBA) and Rolfe Kentish (MA DipArch RIBA) formed their award- winning architectural practice in May 1994. The practice grew out of Colin St John Wilson & Partners, where MJ Long was a director and where Rolfe Kentish was an associate. Our experience and skill is derived from working on the new British Library building at St Pancras and on a wide variety of other projects.

Based in Highbury, North London, Long and Kentish boasts a vast array of experience within a multitude of areas of architecture and design. Particular expertise in the programming, design and construction supervision of museums, galleries, libraries, university facilities, restaurants, new houses, artists’ studios, conversion work to existing buildings, fittings and components.

MJ Long was born in the USA in 1939, and received her MArch from Yale in 1964. She has been resident in England since 1965, and worked with Colin St John Wilson from 1965 to 1996 ( as a partner since 1974). She also ran a separate practice (MJ Long architect) from 1974 to 1996. MJ Long is registered as an architect in the UK and USA. MJ is a CABE Commissioner and chairs the CABE Design Review Panel.

Rolfe Kentish was born in London in 1954 and received his MA and DipArch from Cambridge in 1980 and his UK registration in 1982. He worked with Colin St John Wilson from 1982 to 1996 (as an associate from 1989), and was an associate of MJ Long architect 1990 to 1994.

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