Gwyn is  an architect who joined Studio Egret West in 2014.

Gwyn contributes his broad architectural knowledge to the realisation of a number projects in the studio.

He is a qualified architect with over ten years experience and has a strong academic and technical background. Within the studio Gwyn leads a number of teams bringing to fruition a number of innovative designs as they progress from design inception, development and delivery.

 

At SEW, Gwyn is working on a number of exciting projects; Millharbour residential development, Balfron Tower refurbishment, Bromley South hotel, Grace Owen nursery in Park Hill, and bespoke homes at Bentleys Yard, Clapham. His earlier work embraces residential, transport, cultural and commercial architecture.

Previously at Weston Williamson, Gwyn was an associate leading a team of architects on residential projects for Peabody and other housing associations, as well as on transportation schemes for the Victoria Station Upgrade and two Crossrail stations.

Gwyn has recently completed his PhD thesis on ‘Frank Lloyd Wright beyond America’ that was funded by the RIBA LKE Ozolins Studentship. He is particularly interested in developing new narratives for exploring architecture and in 2009 he was the recipient of the Giles Worsley Travel Fellow to the British School in Rome, and in 2006 he wrote and presented a television programme entitled Y Daith yw’r Stori (The Journey is the Story) for S4C. His Graduate Diploma at Oxford Brookes University, and his dissertation,12 Part Narrative, was the inaugural winner of the RIBA President’s Dissertation Medal in 2001. Presently, he is exploring a publishing opportunity and will be speaking at the National Assembly of Wales.

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