To be Koldo-ed – to transform your design dreams into a beautiful reality.

We do things differently at Koldo&Co. We are not just architects and designers. We are artists, thinkers, doers, and innovators. Fusing practical know-how and experience with creative flair, we deliver a comprehensive and in-depth approach to all aspects of our projects. Our unique personal and passionate approach to each individual brief ensures we always deliver to an exceptional high standard, not only in quality but also in design, functionality and beauty.

At Koldo&Co we take care of you and your project from beginning to end. From its architectural aspect and stages, including regular site works inspections and follow ups to completion. To its Interior Design aspect and stages, including FF&E, outsourcing and procurement and final dressing. Furthermore we take care of the bespoke joinery for your project, including detailed supervision of the manufacturing and final installation on site. Koldo&Co is your one stop.

We thrive designing bespoke spaces and furniture for you, to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. Our ethos is one of beautiful functionality, creating spaces and furniture that not only respond to your desires, but also look effortlessly elegant and uncompromisingly beautiful.

Koldo&Co. is more than an architecture and design house, it is a lifestyle brand. It is community and collaboration. We craft spaces with you, for you. We build solid relationships with our clients, we drink together, we eat together, we scheme and we dream together. We make the process an enjoyable and unique experience for you. That’s the essence of our work; together we create beautiful spaces that truly are bespoke to you.

Koldo Gil

Koldo Gil is the captain, creative director, founder and namesake of Koldo&Co.

Starting his career at Skidmore, Owings and Merrill LLP; Koldo played an integral role in master planning as well as commercial developments, most notably in the design of the new headquarters for Morgan Stanley at Canary Wharf, London.

This took him on to a short stint at the SOM head office in Chicago, Illinois. Realising that the windy city did live up to its name, Koldo decided to cross back over the pond to join Avci Architects as Director of their London Office. Working internationally he was more than just director, taking the helm as project architect to several commercial, retail, master planning and residential development projects worldwide.

At this point, Koldo decided to take the plunge and begin Koldo&Co. drawing from his experience across the globe. Eight years on the company has grown into a dynamic brand. Focused on fusing beauty and functionality with bespoke, one of a kind, design, together with simplifying the processes for his clients.

With projects throughout the UK and expanding into Europe via Ibiza & Verbier, Koldo’s work ethic, fantastic style and consistently sunny disposition is in constant demand.

In and amongst all this hard work Koldo has settled in Brighton with his husband Scott and their two pups Oscar and Parker. You may have recognised them from the multitude of instagram posts – as we all know every brand needs at least one furry companion.

Koldo passionately believes in designing and creating simply beautiful spaces to turn the ordinary into extraordinary, without forgetting our social responsibilities, as designers, towards our planet.


We are a community of creatives, innovative minds crafting beautiful spaces, homes, restaurants and bespoke furniture. Our ethos is one of collaboration – within ourselves, with our clients, with other designers, architects and creative minds.

They always say that you are as good as your team. And I, Koldo, couldn’t be happier with my design team and extended family of collaborators. Together we make Koldo&Co what it is, and together we work tirelessly to deliver the very best to you, our client.

The list of collaborators is extensive, and will be formally introduced in The Journal. Working and collaborating with other creative minds, has to be one of the best aspects of my profession. I look forward to continue to do so, and to meeting new like minded people! – Koldo