Artefact is a London based architecture studio, founded by Benedetta Rogers and Daniel Marmot. We are interested in buildings as cultural objects, that reflect the culture of their users. From homes to installations to community buildings, each project develops a distinctive identity in response to the background of our clients, the atmosphere of the site and leaps of the imagination. Our work is focussed on the craft of architecture, with a commitment to detail, grounded in the reality of how things are constructed. We are interested in material cultures, using everyday materials in unexpected ways and exploring new materials that reduce the environmental impact of what we build.  


Benedetta Rogers

Benedetta studied at Bartlett School of Architecture and London Metropolitan University before working at Henley Halebrown, Featherstone Young Architects, Adams and Sutherland and Publica where she delivered residential, cultural and urban regeneration projects such as the award winning Ty Pawb Arts and Culture centre and the refurbishment project of the Mill House.  

Under the name RO|ST, she has also delivered a number of self-initiated projects. In 2018 she won the AF Antepavilion competition in collaboration with Thomas Randall page, designing and building a temporary inflatable performance space that travelled the Regent’s Canal. In 2016 she was awarded the RIBA Boyd Auger Travel scholarship for the research project ‘Echoes of Accra’ in collaboration with Staples, Paton and Eberhard; travelling to this rapidly growing African city to study contemporary responses to 21st century pressures.

Daniel Marmot

Prior to founding Artefact, Daniel worked as an Associate at Henley Halebrown, leading educational projects, residential developments, masterplans and research studies for Local Authorities across London, including both phases of the much lauded Kings Crescent development. He has considerable experience in the UK and overseas, previously working at urban design practice Publica, Alison Brooks Architects and MVRDV in Rotterdam. Daniel studied at University of Cambridge and Bartlett School of Architecture, and has taught at the University of Nottingham and Central St Martins. His writing and work have been widely published and exhibited.