Make Architects is an architectural practice based in the United Kingdom founded by Ken Shuttleworth after he left Foster and Partners in 2003. They have offices in London, Birmingham, Beijing, Hong Kong and registered offices in the Middle East. The practice is currently engaged in projects worldwide ranging from high rise offices to urban masterplans, residential and office developments, civic buildings, private and social housing, education buildings and interior design.
In 2012 Make was ranked 46th in The Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For category. They were also awarded Practice of the Year - South East and London by the Architects Journal at the AJ100 Awards.
- 5 Broadgate, London
- 10 Weymouth Street, London
- 55 Baker Street, London
- Aspire, Nottingham
- Beijing Residential, China
- Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon
- City of London Information Centre, London
- The Copper Box (London 2012 Olympic Handball Arena), London
- The Cube, Birmingham
- EDC Headquarters, Ratingen, Germany 
- Elephant and Castle masterplan, London
- The former Hammersmith Palais, London
- Hewa 'Hope' Children's Hospital, Kurdistan
- Jubilee Campus extension, University of Nottingham
- The Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology, University of Oxford
- The Montpelier Chapter, Cheltenham
- The Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford
- The Octopus, London
- Old Road Campus Research Building, University of Oxford
- Oxford Molecular Pathology Institute, University of Oxford
- Rodmarton Street residential development, London
- The Thomas Clarkson Community College, Cambridgeshire
- Weihai Pavilion, China
- Wembley North West Lands, London
Make Architects have been nominated twice for Building Design magazine's Carbuncle Cup, an annual award for "the ugliest building in the United Kingdom". Nottingham University Jubilee Campus was runner-up in 2009, while The Cube in Birmingham was nominated in 2010.
- , The Sunday Times, February 2012
- , Architects Journal, May 2012
- Make Architects are selected to design a new HQ for EDC in Germany, World Architecture News, 21 September 2007.