StructureMode are London-based structural engineers with a passion for experimentation and innovation.

We produce thoughtful and creative designs on all our projects, collaborating with architects and designers to introduce innovative and intelligent structural solutions driven by our enthusiasm for beautiful, sustainable and efficient design.

We use Revit for BIM projects, or otherwise AutoCAD, Rhino and Sketchup. Analysis and optimisation is executed using Oasys GSA and Grasshopper, and connections are designed using IDEA StatiCa. These modelling and design tools help us develop more efficient, integrated and elegant structural solutions.

We work in a broad range of sectors, including private residential, retail, arts & education, commercial, entertainment, humanitarian and temporary structures.

  • New-build structures in all materials.
  • New basements under existing buildings.
  • Complex refurbishments.
  • Historic and listed buildings.
  • Sculpture and bespoke staircase & furniture.
  • Fabric formwork for reinforced concrete.
  • Structural fabric, tensegrity and tensile cable-nets.

Geoff Morrow

CEng, MIStructE, MEng
Founder and Director

MEng Civil Engineering (1994)
Chartered Engineer (1998)

Geoff Morrow started StructureMode in 2007, driven by his passion for beautiful design through an innovative and collaborative approach to structural engineering and materials. He has over 20 years experience designing and delivering a broad range of bespoke refurbishment and new build projects across many sectors, regions and scales.

Geoff has an excellent track record of sensitive refurbishment, new-build housing, retail developments, office buildings, bespoke element design, sculpture design and temporary structures. His articulate communication and clear understanding of the architectural design and aesthetic intent, combined with his knowledge of how to best realise it structurally, makes him a valuable and creative force on any design team.

As well as working on many projects in and around London, he has considerable experience designing international projects in developing countries, using local materials to make robust, comfortable and cost efficient buildings. He is an industrial partner on the EPSRC funded research project entitled ‘Health Housing For The Displaced’, led by Bath University.

Geoff leads and mentors his team at all levels, encouraging collaborative working and achieving accelerated career development. This has led to many engineers early attainment of chartered status and some have been recognised by professional awards, including the IStructE who commended one of our engineers for a Young Structural Engineering Professional Award.

He has led in-house research projects to investigate, test and analyse fabric-formed concrete, tensegrity systems and compression-only structures. The knowledge and understanding gained through this work has been applied to several live projects.

Geoff is also a sculptor working mainly with steel and stoneware. Many of his pieces integrate and challenge his structural engineering. His sculptures have been shortlisted for the 2014 V&A ‘Inspired by…’ competition, and exhibited at the ‘Shoreham Sculpture Trail’ hosted by the London Group, June 2017.

He often lectures and tutors students at many architectural and engineering schools, including Bath, Oxford Brookes, Westminster, Sheffield and the Bartlett.

We love to be involved in education to help encourage and inspire up-coming generations of Engineers and Architects. It often challenges us to think outside the box and allows us to help reset the relationship between engineering and architecture.

We believe good architecture and design can be made better through structural engineering. A philosophy we apply in all our practise.