Polysemic work with a broad variety of clients to make new places & improve existing ones. Our particular interest is anywhere where people gather and projects often include elements of theatre, music or live events. We collaborate with architects, engineers and other consultants to help people do things they have never done before.

Our experience ranges from the design & delivery of high specification permanent performance venues to hands-on community construction and temporary structures for festivals.  If any of that sounds interesting, we want to hear from you. We enjoy a challenge.

Christopher Daniel trained at Newcastle University & the Bartlett, UCL. Before establishing Polysemic, he worked as an architect with Eric Parry (amongst others) and as a theatre consultant with Charcoalblue. He is ARB registered, a member of the ABTT and a trustee of the Yard Theatre, Hackney Wick.

Polysemic is participating in Prosper, a business support programme from Creative United. Prosper is designed to improve confidence and capabilities within business in the arts, museums and galleries. The programme is working with 70 businesses to help increase the resilience and investment across the sector.

The semantic term "polysemic" describes that which has "a number of related meanings, interpretations or understandings".