SP architecture workshop is an architecture and design practice, started as a collaboration between Chiara Schina and Fabrizio Primavera.


We focus our passion and experience to develop new ideas on a various range of projects, combining theoretical research to practical professional experience. Each are autonomous work areas, which simultaneously inform one another.


We believe in an integrated and collaborative approach, promoting an innovative use of materials and construction techniques. We are committed to deliver a sustainable and socially responsible architecture, whilst promoting functional and finely crafted design solutions.

Fabrizio Primavera

BA , MA Architecture , ARB


Fabrizio is a registered architect in Italy and in the UK.

He co-founded SP architecture workshop after working in London for over ten years, where he gained expertise in the design and delivery of projects of different type, scale and complexity.


Prior to establishing SP architecture workshop, Fabrizio had the opportunity to work with emerging creative practices as well as leading international firms like Hopkins Architects, Renzo Piano Building Workshop, MJP Architects and Allies and Morrison. During this time, he worked on complex building structures including 100 Liverpool Street, an office development and retail project in the city of London and Elm Grove Hall, a Student Accommodation and Conference Centre for the University of Roehampton in London.


Fabrizio has a particular interest in organic and regenerative architecture. During his professional career, he gained extensive site experience and knowledge of modern methods of construction.

Chiara Schina

BA , MA Architecture , ARB


Chiara is a registered architect in Italy and in the UK.

She began her professional career with Tchoban Voss in Berlin and with ABDR Architects in Rome, prior to moving to London in 2015 and co-founding SP architecture workshop.


Chiara worked for nine years with Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands across a wide range of high quality projects, ranging from residential, retail and mixed use buildings in private and public sectors. These included a residential project in the Holland Park Conservation Area and the redevelopment of La Rinascente, a high end department store in Rome. More recently, she worked on a project in Oxfordshire exploring a high sustainable construction methodology in load-bearing stone.


Chiara’s approach is characterised by a sense of curiosity about architecture’s positive social impact and its power to change the way people live. She has a particular ability in designing environments that are responsive to change according to people’s needs with a keen attention to detail and a commitment to delivering high quality design.