About

SCOOT STUDIO was founded by Jason Scoot in 2011, where it has built on experience gained at internationally respected practices specialising in multidisciplinary design including, architecture, urbanism, interiors and exhibition design in London and overseas.

As a studio it is committed to deliver imaginative and innovative design, coupled with a commitment to listen to what each client needs and deliver something they had never thought was possible, resulting in further recommendations.

SCOOT STUDIO Services 

- Innovative architecture + interior design

- Bespoke furniture + joinery design 

- Feasibility + design consultancy support

- Planning applications [incl. Conservation Areas/ Listed Buildings]

- Building Control Applications 

- Specialist technical design packages incl. specifications for formal tender

- Site inspections and contract administration

Jason Scoot is a member of the ARB [Architects registration Board], RIBA [Royal Institute of British Architects] and the FHEA [Fellow of the Higher Education Academy].

SCOOT STUDIO is a trading name of Scoot Studio Limited, a Limited architectural design practice registered in England and Wales under company number 12256873 with a Registered Office which is situated at 27-28 Sun Street, Office 2, Hitchin, Hertfordshire, SG5 1AH. Jason Scoot is a member of the RIBA No: 10230590 and ARB No: 078227K. 

Jason Scoot is an Architect, Designer, and a Postgraduate Educator, who began his higher education at Hertfordshire University with a distinction in Three Dimensional Design. At the Surrey Institute of Art & Design University College he was awarded a 1st class honours degree in Interior Design, before completing his Masters in Architecture and Interiors at the Royal College of Art, London. He graduated in 2002, winning the Din Associate Best Drawing Prize for his year and nominated for both the President’s Silver Medal and Archi Prix International. His final project was exhibited at the 2006 Venice Biennale exhibition entitled Badylon:don, a retrospective of both student and tutor work.

After being tutored by David Adjaye at the RCA, Jason worked at Adjaye Associates, where he was part of a multi disciplinary design team working on the architectural rebranding and role out for a Bank and the first ever social housing scheme attempted by the practice, as featured in Making Public Buildings, exhibited in 2006 at the White Chapel Gallery, London.

Following this he moved to an Anglo Dutch firm, S333 architecture + urbanism, where he was an Associate for 3 years. Here he worked on a variety of mixed use housing schemes in London and overseas.

Jason’s career to date has enabled him to work in all fields of design including product, furniture, exhibition, interiors, architecture and urbanism.

Jason qualified as an Architect from the Architectural Association School of Architecture, where he obtained both ARB/RIBA [Part3] in Professional Practice and Practical Experience. 

Portrait photograph by Alexa Loy