The work of Daniel Rosbottom and David Howarth is characterized by their sensitive responsiveness to both physical and cultural context and by the quality of detailing and construction within strict time and budget constraints.
DRDH is a British architects office from London, founded in 2000 by Daniel Rosbottom and David Howarth.
Daniel Rosbottom was postdoctoral director from 2004 to 2008 at the CASS School of Architecture in London. From 2008-15 he was head of the School of Architecture and Landscape at Kingston University in London and currently he is professor of the Interiors Buildings Cities chair at Delft University of Technology. In 2016, he joined the editorial board of the journal Architectural Research Quarterly.
David Howarth was a director of John Lyall Architects. David is currently Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture at Northumbria University, Newcastle. He sits on the RIBA Education Committee and is a member of the UK & Overseas Validation Panel.