Michael Duggan, writing for the 29th September 2017 edition of the Catholic Herald describes Craig Hamilton’s Chapel of Christ the Redeemer at Culham as “One of the wonders of the modern world”.View more
Jeremy Musson describes Craig Hamilton's new double-height hall and wing at Upton House, Gloucestershire, as 'an intelligent and witty response to the subtle Classicism of the existing house, which is both distinctive, but also carefully knitted in to the character and rhythm of the original'.View more
Peter Folland, an architectural assistant in Craig Hamilton’s office recently returned from a travel scholarship to Ancient Greece. His travels took him to Athens, Delphi, Olympia, Bassae, Mycenae, Epidaurus, Corinth and Sounion. He recorded his experiences in a book of measured drawings and sketches. A selection of these are illustrated here.