Art and Architecture

Seeing Sense at One Paved Court
Seeing Sense at One Paved Court

Kate Proudman is an architect and artist.  She studied Architecture at the Universities of Bristol and Edinburgh. After many years working as an architect, she took a BA in Fine Art  at the Cass in London.

In 2017, together with Charmaine Stimson and Judith North,  she co-founded One Paved Court, an artist-led gallery in Richmond.

Kate’s work is often site-specific, ranging from collaborative installations to sound-pieces and often involves other people to make her work. Recently she has concentrated on painting, bringing together a love of colour, light, and space.

abstract architectural interior in mediterranean colours
to Richmond Green from Out of Place


Designed by and copyright Conran and Partners

Niki Club Japan, by Conran and Partners.  individual timber-clad bedroom pavilions grouped around a garden reached by a meandering path through woodland.

a group of timber clad modern pavilion buildings around a courtyard
Niki Club pavillion courtyard by Conran and Partners

Curriculum Vitae


Conran & Partners, London 1998-2007
Susan Minter Design, London 1996-97
Barbara Weiss Architects, London 1994-95
Peter Makower Architects, London 1990-94
Inskip & Jenkins Architects, London 1990
Lyster Grillet & Harding Architects, London 1985-1990
Hampshire County Architects, Winchester 1983
Purcell Miller & Tritton, Norwich 1982


BA (Hons) Fine Art, The Cass 2011
HND Richmond School of Art 2009
Professional Qualification: ARB Registered Architect 1987
Postgraduate Diploma in Architecture, Edinburgh University 1985
BA (Hons) Architecture, Bristol University 1982

Selected  Exhibitions

Lockdown Letters to Horace: an art installation with Judith North and Charmaine Stimson Oct -Jan 5 2021
Seeing Sense 2-person show with Judith North One Paved Court Feb 2020
Out of Place Group show, One Paved Court Feb 2019
Personal Space 3-person show, One Paved Court Jan 2018
Imagined Realities Solo show, Fairfax Gallery, OU Press 2017
Public Servants & Ai Weiwei Tennyson Unit, Ashford Hospital
Shared HistoriesFifth Base Gallery, Heneage Street, Brick Lane, London 2016
Virginia Woolf and the Hogarth Press Riverside Gallery, Richmond 2016
Best of Borough, KINC Group Show, Rose Theatre, Kingston, 2016
ANAGRAMS, Group Show, Kingston Museum, 2016.
FPS Open, The Menier Gallery, London, 2015.
Old Post Office,Group Show, Kingston, June 2015
Solo Show, Fairfax Gallery, OU Press, 2015
Rochester Row Gallery, 3 person show, London 2015
Whatever Next? Group Show Mile End Arts Pavilion, London
Notice, The Art Agency, 2012
Archive,Degree Show, The Cass, London, 2011
Means of Escape, Toynbee Hall, London. Curation of work by Lay Lee Ng
Private View, Marble Hill House, 2009
In a Box,  Marble Hill House, 2008


Poster illustration, woman in cap and red top looking out of an urban window

An illustrated audio-walk through Central House, 59-63 Whitechapel High Street London, the home of the Sir John Cass School of Art. Included CD, scripts and photographs.

Maureen Eyre Proudman

A biography of the artist and designer Maureen Eyre Proudman.

Pale green book cover with title and landscape image

After studying at the Royal College of Art in the 1920s, Maureen Eyre Proudman set up a successful design studio in London before going to live in Jodhpur in India in the early 1930s. She travelled around Japan on her honeymoon.
In 1938, she returned to the UK and built a modernist house in London designed by Connell, Ward and Lucas. Meanwhile she continued to paint and make wood engravings. The body of work is catalogued in this book.

Maureen Eyre Proudman