The Team

David West

David West

Founder & Company Director

David is a an Urban Designer and Founding Director of SEW with over 20 years experience in Urban Visions, Place Making and Strategic Framework plans.

An enthusiastic, persuasive presenter, David has participated in numerous design review panels, including the CABE London 2012 Design Review Panel, and he is a Design Advocate of London Mayor Sadiq Khan, tasked with working with City Hall and London boroughs to drive forward his “Good Growth by Design” programme.

Strategic Framework plans that David has led include:

- The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes (a mixed useregeneration project for 650 homes and 4000 jobs);

- Preston Barracks (transformation of a brownfield site into a sustainable, employment-led community with 369 new homes and 1338 student bedrooms, new business school, central research laboratory and student union as part of a rejuvenated university campus);

- Manchester Mayfield (1.5 million sq ft office and 1,500 home redevelopment around a new 6 acre park adjacent to Manchester Piccadilly);

- Eastwick and Sweetwater (a 1,500 home neighbourhood adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London);

- High Road West (the mixed use regeneration of North Tottenham adjacent to Tottenham Hotspur FC including 2,500 homes);

- Digbeth, Birmingham (1.5 million sq ft mixed use campus transformation of lands around the Custard Factory in Birmingham); 

- Millharbour Village (1400 homes, a two form entry primary school and a dance academy);

- Beyond Belgravia (long term transformation strategy for Victoria Coach Station and environs);

- Surrey Canal – London’s Sporting Village (a 2,500 home and 2,500 job campus development around Millwall football club);

- Erith Quarry (650 homes, a 3-Form Entry Primary School, community facilities and ecological reserve);- Project Diesel (2,500 home redevelopment of the Ford Factory in Dagenham);

- East Croydon Station (upgrade of multi modal interchange to increase capacity for high density development);

and the Stratford Town Centre Public Realm Strategy.

David has also led the practices work on the London Underground Station Design Idiom, a design guideline for the upgrade of the network experience.

 
Christophe Egret

Christophe Egret

Founder & Company Director

Christophe is an Architect and Founding Director of SEW with over 30 years practice experience on local and international projects.

His formative years were spent working with Norman Foster, Ian Ritchie, John McAslan, Nigel Coates and Ron Arad and more recently with Will Alsop, with whom he worked for 10 years as a director, managing, amongst others, the Peckham Library (winner of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2000), the Blizzard Building for the Queen Mary Research laboratory in Whitechapel, the winning design for the Fourth Grace in Liverpool and the Manchester Millennium Village framework plan.

In 2004 he joined forces with David West, an Urban Designer, to create Studio Egret West, a dynamic cross platform workshop where architecture and urban design are not seen as separate skills, but rightfully reunited to create a unique working environment where city and building speak to each other.

Christophe lead the practices input into the regeneration of the Park Hill community in Sheffield (including the transformation of the longest listed building in Europe) and the detailed design and delivery of the Library Building, Clapham, London an award winning mixed use development that combines library, council services, community centre, family clinic and high value apartments. Other projects include; Caxton Works (mixed use development containing approx 350 homes, 25,000m2 of commercial space); Erith School (a 3-Form Entry Primary School, community facilities, retained ecological areas and newly provided open space); and Millharbour Village (1400 homes, a two form entry primary school and a dance academy).

Christophe is a frequent lecturer in architectural matters on subjects including residential developments, sustainable communities, design participation, art and colour. He is a visiting lecturer and critic at the AA architecture and urbanism unit.

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Lucas Lawrence

Lucas Lawrence

Company Director

Lucas is an architect who has been working with the studio for over ten years. In this time he has led an array of large scale projects ranging from urban design to single architectural schemes. 

These include a variety of mixed use developments incorporating homes, workspace, healthcare, libraries and leisure. Lucas led the detailed planning application through to completion for 140 new homes in an award winning  £35m mixed use scheme in Clapham, London called The Library Building. 

 

Lucas has a keen interest and role to play in the future architecture of the UK, demonstrated in wide ranging experience of developing housing typologies that are specific to individual briefs.  This includes meeting challenges of high density family housing, creating exciting new apartments for inner city sites to bring new ideas to the market, and responding to the sensitivities of the future suburbia.   

Lucas has a keen interest in the construction process and enjoys the challenge of realising innovative designs and complex uses of materials. Lucas is currently leading the post planning phases of over 1000 homes in various projects and mixed use developments. 

Prior to joining the studio Lucas worked mainly in smaller architectural practices, His major projects included a $6m art gallery in the USA where he was responsible for the construction of this high quality building. When the building was completed Lucas motorcycled from Tokyo to London on a trip that crossed half the globe. He now claims to be the first person ever to cross Siberia on a motorcycle…

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Vincent Lin

Vincent Lin

Director (operations)

Vincent is an architect with significant experience in mixed-use developments, transport and infrastructure, sports facilities, and urban design. Prior to joining Studio Egret West, Vincent worked at Alsop Architects for 7 years, where he first met Christophe and David.

At Alsop, Vincent developed a diverse portfolio covering a wide range of construction sectors and geographical regions. His in-depth knowledge of complex geometry and fluency in computer-aided design skills along with close collaboration with specialist contractors has proved invaluable for the successful delivery for several high profile landmark schemes. With his excellent communication skills and being particularly well-versed at interpreting complex briefs to delivering innovative design solutions, Vincent quickly became Project Architect running schemes such as Steeles West Underground Station in Toronto, Putney Place in London, De Calypso in Rotterdam, and the Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2011, Vincent has continued to lead a diverse range of projects. His first project was the winning competition scheme for the Cluster of Spires development, a landmark building that combines a uniquely community based brief at a prominent location in central London. He has also ran Cambridge Sporting Village & Community Stadium, an 8,000 seat stadium for Cambridge United with an indoor training hall and additional accommodation for Anglia Ruskin University and an elite athletes physiotherapy, strength and conditioning facility.

Vincent successfully delivered the Urban Design Framework for Millharbour Village, a 3.6 hectare master plan including 2600 homes, two new schools, local shops, cafes, and restaurants, and two generous open public spaces. He then worked on the more detailed design of numerous of the high-rise buildings.

More recently he led the planning application for a 21 storey residential building in Kidbrooke and is now working on the design of a 33 storey tower in Chiswick, West London.

Vincent is also a guest design critic at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University of Nottingham, and University of Hong Kong.

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Brian Mallon

Brian Mallon

Associate Director

Brian is an associate and architect with over 5 years experience working on a wide range of projects.

He joined SEW in 2011 and has since worked on a variety of projects at both an architectural and urban scale including the winning Masterplan for Sittingbourne Town Centre, the design of 132 residential units in Hayes and masterplan for a 1,500,000 sqft mixed use development of the former EMI Headquarters now known as The Old Vinyl Factory.

He has also worked on a number of smaller architectural projects such as the Movement Community Centre in Greenwich which was completed in October 2013. At the other end of the scale, during 2014 Brian designed a 45 storey tower within the Millharbour Village project south of Canary Wharf. Most recently, Brian has been leading the transformation of the Balfron Tower in Poplar, the grade II listed brutalist icon designed by Erno Goldfinger.

Prior to moving to London Brian worked for two and half years in Ireland. Upon graduating he began working for HKR Architects. He worked on a variety of medium and large scale projects in both Ireland and Eastern Europe. He then worked for Eco2 Architects where he worked on the design of a number of low energy private houses. Brian graduated with his Part 2 from University College Dublin in 2007, part of which included a year studying at the Hochshule Liechtenstein.

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Allison Piehn

Allison Piehn

Associate Director

Allie is an Associate Director who has worked across many of Studio Egret West’s high profile projects, from conception through to completion.

At present, Allie is responsible for Erith Primary School, a new circular 3-storey school building in South London. Having worked on the project since its inception, she is now overseeing its ongoing construction. Concurrently, Allie is developing Sturt’s Yard, a mixed-use scheme alongside Regent’s Canal in Hackney that responds to the strong heritage of the local architecture, while also providing new urban spaces, workspace and homes. She is also the project associate and lead for High Road West, a transformative regeneration project in Tottenham.

At Caxton Works in Canning Town, Allie oversaw the design and delivery of 336 homes arranged above a ground level comprising light industrial and commercial space. This project marks a reversal to the concerning trend of depleting industrial land with the Greater London Area, and was subsequently awarded the New London Award for best built mixed use scheme 2018.

As project associate for The Boiler House, Allie was responsible for the design of this residential led scheme that includes commercial units at ground level with 54 apartments above. She was also a part of the team advising on the architectural design of the mixed use masterplan that The Boiler House sits within – The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes.

Allie coordinated the detailed planning submission for Birch House, a 21 storey mixed used tower that forms a focal point for the wider neighbourhood. She held the same role for The Landing, where she secured outline-planning submission for this employment led scheme nearby Maidenhead station.

Allie holds a Masters of Architecture from the University College London, a Bachelors of Architecture from California Polytechnic State University of San Luis Obispo and California State University of Florence, Italy.

Duncan Paybody

Duncan Paybody

Associate Director

Duncan is an associate with a specialism in Landscape Architecture. He has over 10 years post graduate experience. His portfolio of projects ranges from design interventions in sensitive rural environments to high density city centre public realm projects, education projects, private gardens and residential masterplans.

Prior to starting at Studio Egret West Duncan worked at Planit-IE Landscape Architects in Manchester and was Project Landscape Architect on the award winning Brockhole Jetty. In 2011 he moved South to pioneer Planit-IE’s London Studio delivering their first London project, a new piece of public realm in the heart of Hammersmith.

 

On Hammersmith Grove, Duncan designed a public space that was responsive to human scale in a harsh and changeable urban microclimate. Colourful naturalistic planting beds, a grove of multi-stem trees and vertical green wall planting transformed a vacuous space beneath one of the areas tallest buildings creating intimacy and shelter at street level.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2013 Duncan has led the landscape design for two new public parks within a new high density residential village in London’s docklands, is currently overseeing a number of public realm construction projects in Bromley, South-East London and is endeavouring to transform the grounds of the 1960’s Balfron Tower estate in East London by introducing botanical curiosities and renewed spatial hierarchy.

Duncan frequently works on a wide range of projects in the studio where we endeavour to integrate nature and architecture. Duncan is technically strong with good experience of delivering detailed landscape projects. He is also an accomplished illustrator and painter.

Duncan has a Landscape Architecture with Planning BA (hons) degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Landscape Architecture from Sheffield University.

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Cecilia Lindström

Cecilia Lindström

Associate Director

Cecilia is an associate director and urban designer at Studio Egret West with over 12 years working experience specialising in urban design, strategic frameworks, research, exhibitions and publications.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2007, Cecilia has been involved in a wide range of mixed-use schemes and public realm projects. Present projects include an initiative to re-shape the Catford Town Centre through public realm improvements and a diversified town centre offering, and a landscape-led vision for the Dartington Estate in Devon that seeks to reignite the estate’s experimental spirit and re-establish it as a progressive laboratory for learning and living.

Previous projects include: the Mayfield framework plan in Manchester that proposes 1,300 homes and 1,5million square feet commercial/leisure uses around a new 6-acre park in the heart of the city that will act as a catalyst for the regeneration of the wider Piccadilly area in anticipation of HS2; the regeneration of the iconic Alton West Estate in Roehampton which proposed a series of focused interventions to upgrade the residential fabric, revitalise the civic centres, and reprogram the public realm; the outline planning application for New Bermondsey, a comprehensive new mixed-use neighbourhood of up to 2,500 homes and a range of communal and commercial elements based around a new regional centre of sporting excellence; the Old Vinyl Factory masterplan for the former EMI headquarter in West London which proposed to bring the area back to life as a mixed-use urban neighbourhood that includes the creative reuse of the retained factory buildings, and; Stratford Public Spaces, which delivered a series of public realm upgrades and a 450 metre long kinetic sculpture to regenerate and consolidate Stratford Island in time for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

She has prepared numerous strategic framework plans and urban design strategies: the masterplan competition for brutalist Aylesbury Estate in Southwark; the regeneration of the 35-hectare South Shields Riverside; phase 2 and 3 of the Greater Middlehaven Project in Middlesbrough including a 30-hectare public realm; the urban design strategy for the Sherwood Estate in Royal Tunbridge Wells; and the framework plan for a new eco development in Northern Ireland comprising 350 homes, a series of commercial and cultural/heritage elements, and a renewed public realm.

Cecilia also leads the studio’s research projects and the content production for the showroom’s temporary exhibitions, which focus on relevant topics that affect our cities and built environment today, from living with industry to the future of car parks. 

 

Gemma Noakes

Gemma Noakes

Associate

Gemma is an associate architect with over 9 years experience in a wide variety of architecture and masterplanning related projects.

 

She joined Studio Egret West in 2009, since joining she has lead and been part of a team on a variety of projects, from large scale masterplans to small scale bespoke developments. Some of the key projects she has been involved with at SEW have included; the design for a new business centre in Bostwana, Africa, the development for a new bridge at East Croydon station and a planning application for a new science park and private hospital building in Birmingham. 

Gemma’s most recent project has been leading a team for the detail design and construction for the award winning Clapham One building. It is a mixed use building housing 143 flats, a large healthcare centre and new public library. Her particular focus has been on the innovative library, formed from a continuous ramp of learning, where all the rooms are accessed from the main spiral. Clapham Library was completed in June 2012.

Prior to joining Studio Egret West Gemma graduated with a commendation from the Bartlett School of Architecture. She previously worked at Peter Barber Architects for 2 years working on numerous award winning housing projects, the largest being Tanner Street Gateway, a 150 unit street based housing scheme in Barking in East London, where she saw the project through to completion. She then worked for Rick Mather Architects as a key member of the design team for a large sustainable redevelopment of central Milton Keynes.

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Daniel Mahony

Daniel Mahony

Associate

Daniel is an experienced project runner who joined Studio Egret West in 2016.

Daniel joined Studio Egret West in February 2016 and has since worked on No 1 Nestle Avenue, the delivery of the first parcel of housing of the Erith masterplan, and Maybe, the Mayfield meanwhile use project.

Daniel completed his Masters of Architecture at the Royal College of Art following Undergraduate studies at the Welsh School of Architecture. Prior to commencing his career in Architecture, Daniel also completed an MA in Film and Theatre at The University of Glasgow, the principles and foundations of which he attributes with establishing his strong belief in narrative based design.

Outside of the studio Daniel is most likely to be found cycling, a passion he credits both with allowing him both to indulge his sweet tooth, and also to embrace an enjoyment of photography and illustration through the documentation of his excursions both domestic and abroad.

Alix Roberts

Alix Roberts

Associate

Alix is an Urban Designer and Architect with a wealth of professional experience on a wide range of regeneration projects and sustainable developments in the UK and abroad. She has a passion for collaborative place-making as well as  integrated design approaches.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2014, Alix has been involved in a number of mixed-use and residential-led schemes. She is currently Urban Design Project lead for Tottenham’s High Road West estate regeneration for 2,500 homes, new shops, workspaces, a new library and Community Hub, all focused around healthy streets, a public square and a park.

Alix was the project lead for Erith Quarry, a sustainable housing development on a 20Ha disused quarry site within the Thames Gateway. The consented hybrid planning application, with Design Code, includes up to 600 new homes and a Primary School, embedded within extensive ecological landscapes and public realm. She also contributed to the Outline Planning Application for Vicarage Field, a new 850-home residential and shopping district in Barking and coordinated the Design Code.

She has coordinated a number of strategic visions, urban strategies and competitions; Beyond Belgravia, the vision for a commercial and retail hub around the relocated Victoria Coach Station in London; the detailed masterplan of two new mixed-use neighbourhoods Eastwick and Sweetwater of up to 1500 homes, adjacent to the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London; and a competition for the masterplan for Central Barangaroo, a mixed-use neighbourhood on the iconic Sydney Harbour.

Alix has extensive experience leading feasibility studies; including two commissions by Transport for London, Project CarP and DLR Sites, for the architectural, operational, planning and development feasibility of redeveloping 23 TfL car park sites and 3 DLR station sites across London.

Alix is a qualified architect having graduated from Kingston University and subsequently from Westminster University in London.

While not in the studio, Alix also provides her professional services pro-bono for community initiatives and charities, for which she has received two awards.

Alisan Dockerty

Alisan Dockerty

Associate

Alisan joined Studio Egret West in 2013. Over the past 4 years she has worked on a range of projects, from small scale housing developments to large scale mixed use schemes. For the past 2.5 years, Alisan has been working on the refurbishment of Balfron Tower in East London, the grade II* brutalist tower designed by Erno Goldfinger, through planning and tender stages. In addition, most recently, Alisan has been developing the interiors for a new build co-working space in Brighton.

 

Previously, Alisan worked at the Fairhurst Design Group in Manchester, where she worked on the design stages of two science parks and higher education buildings. Later, she joined Michaelis Boyd Associates where over a period of 2 years, she worked on a number of high-end residential refurbishment projects and the interior fit outs of 3 restaurants. During this time she gained experience covering the all design stages from inception to construction.

Alisan graduated from her Part II with a Distinction from the Bartlett School of Architecture. Her design thesis focused on the environmental decline of the Kissimmee River and its surrounding habitats in Florida. Sustainable architectural interventions of both master plan and detailed design scale were explored to aid river restoration whilst creating a new waterfront resort for tourists. This project allowed her to work at urban design scale, develop an understanding of sustainable technologies and how they can be integrated into the built environment.

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Freddie Jackson

Freddie Jackson

Associate Architect

Freddie is an Architect with over four years of experience. He joined Studio Egret West in 2015.

He is currently working on a range of projects varying from urban design frameworks, including the Hackney Walk Fashion Hub, to mixed-use residential schemes.

Freddie previously worked for Sir Terry Farrell, where he worked on the design of Earls Court and various urban research initiatives. Prior to this, between studying he spent a time in Germany as a trainee site manager for a concrete contractor, as well as working on numerous house extensions and refurbishments in his home town York, and subsequently London.

Freddie graduated from his Part II with a Distinction from the University of Westminster. His design thesis focused on inhabited infrastructures in the Thames Estuary, which was covered in Dezeen, one the world’s most popular and influential design and architecture online magazines.  

Freddie is a guest design critic at the University of Westminster covering architecture and interior design.

 

Tommy Clark

Tommy Clark

Associate Landscape Architect

Tommy is a landscape architect with over 6 years’ experience, working on a wide range of international projects in both an urban and rural context. Tommy believes that integrated landscape architecture can create stimulating, fun and memorable places for everyone. He has a particular interest in creating wild, naturalistic landscapes that also help to improve urban issues such as flooding, overheating, pollution, loss of ecology and a lack of genuine public space. He is also interested in using temporary interventions and events to activate under used sites and enable people to engage with each other and their surrounding environment.

 

Before working at SEW Tommy worked at Stoss Landscape Urbanism in Boston, Jacobs Engineering in Glasgow, and Martha Schwartz Partners in London. Each job brought a different challenge, from developing a flexible landscape strategy to help alleviate issues with vacancy in Detroit, to designing mitigation for new road networks, to an ambitious international design competition for a civic square in China.

 

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2014 Tommy has worked on a large variety of projects and believes that the integration of landscape, urban design and architecture can bring the best out of any project. Tommy has delivered the landscape design of The Old Vinyl Factory masterplan in Hayes. This project references the sites former history as the HMV factory through a series of playful squares, pedestrian routes and contemporary sculptures. Tommy also led the landscape design for Erith Quarry, a 500 home development on a former gravel quarry in Erith. In contrast this masterplan is driven by the ecologically rich, naturistic landscape that is woven amongst homes, a school, play areas and a new village green. Tommy equally enjoys working at a detailed scale, developing designs for bespoke movable planters inspired by 1960s furniture and working on the detail design of engaging, sensory play areas.

Tommy is a Landscape Architect with a BA degree and a Masters of Science degree in Landscape Architecture from Edinburgh College of Art.

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Gwyn Jones

Gwyn Jones

Senior Architect

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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Chris Manning

Chris Manning

Senior Architect

Chris is an architect who joined Studio Egret West in 2018

 

 

Mark Warren

Mark Warren

Project Urban Designer

Mark Jason Warren is an Architect who joined Studio Egret West in February 2014.

Prior to SEW Mark worked at Hampson Williams Architects where he worked on bespoke residential projects.

 

Mark completed his master’s degree in Architecture at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Copenhagen and graduated with a distinction. His thesis project, ‘The Orchestrated City, Berlin’, was shortlisted in the RIBA President’s Medal awards, 2013. The project was also chosen to be exhibited at Berlin Unlimited urban arts festival, 2014. ‘The Orchestrated City’ is a speculative project that interrogates the idea of a true ‘vertical city’ and explores methods knitting a tower into its existing urban fabric. Mark completed his undergraduate degree in Architecture at the University of Brighton.

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Tia Randall

Tia Randall

Project Architect

Tia is an Architect who has experience in the design and delivery of both education and residential projects. She joined Studio Egret West in February 2016.

Tia studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, where she completed both her BSc and Masters degrees and then also her Part 3 professional qualifications in 2014.

Her thesis analysed the role of the district of Kreuzberg in the formation of Berlin’s cultural identity and tested her findings through the design of a community agricultural gardens that enabled a social framework to be developed over time. The project was awarded the Ambrose Poynter Prize for distinguished work. Tia joined the studio in February 2016 and has since worked on a number of projects including a feasibility study for the redevelopment of Shepherd’s Bush Market, the design of a residential scheme for Access Storage in central London and Eastwick & Sweetwater – a residential led, mixed use scheme in Hackney Wick.

Prior to working at Studio Egret West Tia worked at Architecture Initiative, BACA & CSK Architects on a range of Residential, Education, Healthcare and Mixed-Use projects.

Peter Croft

Peter Croft

Project Architect

Peter is an Architect who  joined Studio Egret West in 2012.

Eric Bull

Eric Bull

Senior Architect

Eric is an Architect who  joined Studio Egret West in 2018.

Nicholas Arthurell

Nicholas Arthurell

Project Architect

Nicholas is a Project Architect who  joined Studio Egret West in 2019.

Nathan Humfryes

Nathan Humfryes

Project Architect

Nathan is an architect who has experience working in both urban design and architecture and is interested in the role that architects can play in the curation of mixed use, civic and public spaces.

Nathan joined Studio Egret West in March 2015 where he has been involved in range of mixed-use project access all work stages. He is currently working through the detailed design and deliver of the Central Research Laboratory; an incubator and start-up business hub in Brighton; the first phase of the Preston Barracks regeneration masterplan. Previous to this, he was the plot architect for building 5.9 in the first phase of East Wick and Sweetwater; a new neighbourhood as part of the London Olympic Legacy Plan and has contributed to a range of mixed use projects, including a flexible workspace and 140 home scheme at Sturt’s Lock and the delivery of Carpenter’s Wharf.

 

Prior to working at SEW, he worked at Farrells working on a number of large scale projects, including the masterplan and phase 1 delivery of Royal Albert Docks, a framework development plan for the University of Kent and the regeneration masterplan of Swanscombe Bay. He has also worked in the adaptive re-use studio at Feilden Clegg Studios contributing to a number of high profile HLF funded civic heritage projects.

He studied both his part 1 and 2 at the Welsh School of Architecture, where his thesis focused on the use of community lead infrastructure initiatives in the regeneration of British Coastal towns. He has a keen interest in design research and as one of the studio’s BIM champions takes an active role in pioneering the development of computational design tools as part of the studio’s BIM agenda.

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Lucy Head

Lucy Head

Project Architect

Lucy is an architect who joined Studio Egret West in October 2012.

She has been involved in a number of residential schemes of varying scales since joining the studio. One of the first major schemes Lucy was involved in was a competition bid for Burgess Park Village - the regeneration of Southwark’s Aylesbury Estate. Lucy worked as part of the architectural team to develop a number of different typologies and mixed use buildings. 

Having based her Diploma dissertation on the regeneration of the Heygate Estate in South East London, Lucy was particularly happy to get involved in the scheme as she has a keen interest in the future of social housing and the role that architecture and urban design can play in this.

Lucy worked as part of a small team on the successful planning application for two residential pavilions on the edge of the River Avon, as part of Crest Nicholson’s Bath Western Riverside development. Since achieving planning, SEW have been retained as design guardians on the scheme so Lucy continues to play an active role in the development of the tender and construction packages.

SEW’s scheme at Bromley South Central is a 130 bedroom hotel, currently due for completion in April 2016. Lucy was involved in the day to day running of the scheme, developing the individual tender packages, updating construction drawings, schedules and specifications as well as attending fortnightly design team meetings and site walk-arounds.

Most recently Lucy has been the project lead for the development of the Peel Centre site in Colindale. Working with Redrow, SEW’s work included over 400 homes in the detailed application along with a new landmark tower in the outline application. This was part of a wider hybrid application for 2900 homes developed by Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios. Again responsible for the day to day running of the scheme, she led a design team within the studio to produce the application.

Prior to joining SEW Lucy worked for Featherstone Young. Over a period of three years, she worked on a range of projects; from one off private residential homes, to public arts buildings and an advertising agency, many of which required a high level of bespoke design, and allowed her to gain valuable site experience.

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Jolene Liam

Jolene Liam

Architect

Jolene has worked across a broad range of Studio Egret West’s architectural and urban design led schemes since she joined in 2015.

Most recently, she has been working on Erith Primary School, a new circular 3-storey school building surrounded by a series of formal and informal play areas along with underground parking and drop-off facilities. The designated BIM lead for this structurally challenging form, Jolene is overseeing the coordination and production of Stage 4 information and management of the 3D model.

She is a key team member for High Road West, a mixed-use regeneration of North Tottenham including 2,500 homes, shops and workspaces, a new library, a refurbished Grange Community Hub, and a Community Theatre and Media and Arts Centre. As part of this project, Jolene has led development of new workflows using Revit and BIM; this software is not traditionally used for urban design schemes of such a large scale, and thus new ways of using the programmes had to be designed as part of SEW’s research and design initiatives.

Jolene assisted to develop the detail design of the Phase 1 townhouses of the East Wick and Sweetwater masterplan, and worked with sustainability consultants to ensure the project meets its aspirations of becoming one the most sustainable communities in the UK.

 

Jolene completed her masters degree at the University of Westminster.

 
James Cook

James Cook

Architect

James is an architect and joined Studio Egret West in September 2014.

His previous experience at Darling Associates and DanksBadnell saw him working on a range of residential schemes scaling from one off high-end bespoke houses to large mix-use affordable housing schemes, whilst also having experience working on industrial projects.

He studied his Bachelor and Masters degree at the University of Liverpool working on a range of projects which included exploring the role of libraries in 2025, master-planning, whilst developing design projects around the end-user. His thesis project explored healing architecture, designing an alcohol recovery centre which incorporated sensual and therapeutic spaces with use of different materials and lighting techniques.

James was awarded the David Inman fund for his dissertation and spent a month in Japan researching the history of Japanese housing and rise of micro houses, furthering his interests into innovative materials and lighting techniques and how they be used to improve housing design. Since joining Studio Egret West, James is working on Bromley South Central (200 homes, a 130 bed hotel, a 10 screen cinema, a 400 space car park and a large retail/restaurant offering, now currently on site). James has also worked on a six, four bedroom family homes that sits on the edge of the Clapham conservation area to the south east of Clapham Common. This project is now on site, due for completion in winter 2015.

James is also the tireless and enthusiastic captain of Studio Egret West’s softball team.

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Edwin Veth

Edwin Veth

Architect

Since joining Studio Egret West in November 2018, Edwin has led the team for a large scale, commercial scheme in North London. The project considers two office buildings that are located alongside a railway, and linked together via a new public square and interchange.

Prior to SEW, Edwin worked for RCKa Architects and AHMM, where he was involved predominantly on small scale housing developments. He also worked for a number of studios in The Netherlands, including MVRDV.

Edwin qualified as a graphic designer and interior architect before studying architecture at the Rotterdam Academy of Architecture and Urban Design.

Leon Donald

Leon Donald

Architect

Leon joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant  in June 2016

Leon joined Studio Egret West after receiving his Dip.Arch from the CASS, London Metropolitan University while currently completing a Masters in Spatial Planning and Urban Design. As part of his thesis study he is looking at adaptive responses to ‘Urban Slack Spaces’ in Tottenham, north London. The strategy is to create an adaptive design framework to set considered scales of intervention, which encourages and unlocks emerging urban communities. A collaborative approach is vital in achieving the potential of an open-ended diverse city that is defined by the community that occupies the spaces.  

In 2012 he worked at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios working on numerous large scale framework plans and education projects including Plymouth School of Creative Arts and the winning commission to design a new Art and Design facility at Beadles School in Hampshire.

His architectural thesis project ‘Aqueous Solution’ focused on the integration of a sustainable water management system for a coastal region of Japan. The project design was a series of interconnected structures to provide adaptive and resilient spaces for a productive farming community, influenced through documenting the flwidgetIDity and utility of water through landscape and infrastructure. Leon’s main agenda in architecture is to animate the configuration of place, identity and time; while expressing the courage of design in creating the unexpected.

Leon is a keen architectural traveler, most recently in 2015 he was awarded the WCCA Travel Scholarship, completing a research trip entitled ‘Walk, Eat, Sleep, Repeat’ recording the architectural charms of the Camino de Santiago in northern Spain. 

He also has a keen interest in urban farming and has been involved with a number of design workshops with the Association of Vertical Farming.

Han Hao

Han Hao

Architect

Han is an Architectural Assistant who joined the studio in September 2016. Since joining the studio he has been working on the Bromley South Hotel – currently on site and due for completion in late 2017.

Prior to joining SEW, he has done his year out at Kohn Pederson Fox, working on hotel and residential schemes in London.
He has done both his undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, where he graduated with distinction in 2016. His thesis was titled ‘The Matriarchal Energy Industry’, where he sought to create an alternative infrastructure to sustainability that inspires ownership and participation in Silicon Valley. 

Throughout his studies, Han has enjoyed making and testing prototypes. He has constructed participated in a number of modelling and prototyping workshops in London, Costa Rica and Vietnam. He has also taught a number of short courses in Bartlett summer school, mentoring young students in drawing and modelling.

Deimante Bazyte

Deimante Bazyte

Architect

Deimante is an architect who joined Studio Egret West in August 2017.

Maysa Phares

Maysa Phares

Senior Urban Designer

Maysa is an Urban Designer who joined Studio Egret West in 2018.

Silvia Trezza

Silvia Trezza

Urban Designer
Cassidy Reid

Cassidy Reid

Part II Architectural Assistant

Cassidy is an architectural assistant and urban designer who has worked across a variety of Studio Egret West’s mix-used residential schemes, urban design frameworks and concept stage projects.

Currently she is working on Northlake, a project that will deliver between 2,500-3,000 homes, a lido, a community pavilion, a cycle park and a school. The scheme aspires to create an evolving place, where a number of residential ‘nests’ form multiple communities and share the extension of the Mar Dyke valley and other existing ecological treasures.

Recently she worked on the detail design for Barking 360, a residential led scheme adjacent to Barking station in London. Construction of this high density scheme is due to complete in 2019. Cassidy is also a key member in designing a visionary framework for the post-industrial neighbourhood of Digbeth, Birmingham. Here, the designs provide characterful workspace, playful living and exemplar buildings which embrace the rich history of the site, whilst improving Digbeth’s connectivity and relationship with the City Centre.

 

Other projects where Cassidy has played an integral role include Place des Montrealiaises, a design for a new square in Montreal which accommodates a plethora of new uses that seamlessly stitch together the differing aspects of the surrounding urban fabric. She was also a part of the design team for Peruvian Wharf, a sustainable development in the London Borough of Newham featuring 1,000 new homes.

Cassidy studied both her undergraduate and masters at the Bartlett School of Architecture. 

Joshua Thomas

Joshua Thomas

Part II Architectural Assistant

Joshua joined Studio Egret West  in  December 2017.

Thor Hillestad

Thor Hillestad

Architect

Thor moved from Norway to join Studio Egret West as an Architectural Assistant in February 2016.

Thor graduated from the Royal academy of fine arts in Copenhagen in 2015. As well as attending the Royal Academy he also studied abroad where he completed to semesters at RMIT in Melbourne Australia.

Thor has studied a broad field of subjects ranging from large scale city planning to furniture and small scale housing projects. During his bachelor he studied urbanism and landscape. When he attended his master he studied furniture design as well as architectural light design, where he finished his master and completed his theses.

His theses project, “Tryvann Athletics High school”, was a large scale project where he designed a 1300sqm athletics high school located in a large forest retreat near Oslo. The projects key focus was the relationship between nature and architecture, as well as architectural daylight design. This project also had a large emphasis on shape finding, which was inspired from the ab morphed shapes of the human anatomy as well as the dynamic mountain terrain.

Caitlin Simcock

Caitlin Simcock

Part II Architectural Assistant

Caitlin joined Studio Egret West in 2016, after completing her Part II Professional Diploma at the CASS School of Art, Architecture and Design, London Metropolitan University. Her final year thesis project ‘Making Houses’ investigated the potential for the collocation of industrial and residential uses; having spent two years cataloguing businesses and interviewing manufacturers in both Charlton and Tottenham. This interest has intertwined with work at SEW, feeding into current mixed-use projects and the recent Re-Working London exhibition.

 

One of Caitlin’s most prominent projects at SEW has been The Landing, a masterplan for Maidenhead Town Centre consisting of 500 new homes, retail space and a speculative office building. Caitlin is now focusing on Faraday Works, a mixed use residential and industrial masterplan for 500 new homes in Charlton, which sees the refurbishment of a number of buildings which used to form part of the Siemen’s Telegraph Works. This project is located on a site adjacent to that of her final year project, bringing together academic and professional thoughts.

 

Before joining SEW, Caitlin worked at Farrells, having graduated from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 2012. Her time as a Part I Architectural Assistant saw her involved in projects of a variety of scales; from large masterplans such as the Paramount Pictures Resort, to individual building projects including a 26 storey residential tower in Old Street, London which she saw through to completion on site.

Ana Alonso Albarracin

Ana Alonso Albarracin

Architect

Ana joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant in October 2016, and has since been involved in a number of mixed-use and residential-led schemes. A skilled artist, she has brought her talents to several of the Studio’s competition submissions, including an exhibition for the V&A museum.

One of Ana’s most prominent projects has been Erith Quarry, a sustainable housing development on a 20Ha disused quarry site within the Thames Gateway. The consented hybrid planning application includes up to 600 new homes and a Primary School, embedded within extensive ecological landscapes and public realm. Ana is currently contributing to a new residential town in Essex which aims to amplify the landscape, with an emphasis on community well-being.

Ana previously worked at Marks Barfield Architects in London, and at Picado de Blas Arquitectos and Luis Urculo Studio in Madrid. She studied at the University of Edinburgh and the Bartlett School of Architecture, where her final year project, Sweet Conciliation, explored the roles of women as users and producers of architecture. The work she created for this project was recently exhibited at the Royal Academy's 250th Summer Exhibition, curated by Grayson Perry.

Jarrell Goh

Jarrell Goh

Part II Architectural Assistant

Joining Studio Egret West in July 2018, Jarrell has quickly become an intrinsic member of the studio, bringing his drawing and photography talents to a variety of projects.

His most notable project to date has been Digbeth, a 1.5 million sq ft mixed use campus transformation of lands around the Custard Factory in Birmingham. Here, Jarrell has been involved in the masterplanning and concept design stages, and producing visualisations and concept drawings.

Jarrell is also a part of the exhibitions team, assisting with the production of content as well as photography.

He studied his undergraduate and masters at the Bartlett School of Architecture.

 

 

Georgina Halabi

Georgina Halabi

Part II Architectural Assistant

Georgina is an architectural assistant who joined Studio Egret West in October 2017.

James Berk

James Berk

Part II Architectural Assistant

James joined Studio Egret West  in November 2017.

 

 

Anna Gnecco

Anna Gnecco

Part II Architectural Assistant

Anna joined Studio Egret West  in  April 2018.

 

 

Fran Kirk

Fran Kirk

Part II Architectural Assistant

Fran joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant in  2019.

 

 

Sarah Edilbe

Sarah Edilbe

Part I Architectural Assistant

Sarah joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant in  October 2018.

 

 

Harry Henderson

Harry Henderson

Part I Architectural Assistant

Harry joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant in  July 2018.

 

 

Gordon Yip

Gordon Yip

Part I Architectural Assistant

Gordon joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant in October 2018.

 

 

Jenny Smith

Jenny Smith

Part I Architectural Assistant

Jenny joined Studio Egret West as an architectural assistant in August 2018.

 

 

Stephanos Georgiou

Stephanos Georgiou

Landscape Architect

 

 

Stephanos is a landscape architect who joined Studio Egret West in 2018.

Max Aughton

Max Aughton

Landscape Architect

 

 

Max is a landscape architect who joined Studio Egret West in 2018.

Grace Ruddick

Grace Ruddick

Landscape Architect

 

 

Grace is a landscape architect who joined Studio Egret West in 2018.

James Houghton

James Houghton

Landscape Architectural Assistant

James joined Studio Egret West as a Landscape Architect in  December 2017.

Ussmaa Gulzar

Ussmaa Gulzar

Model Maker

Ussmaa joined Studio Egret West in 2014. She is a model maker with 15 years experience.

Ussmaa trained as an Interior Designer before working at Wilkinson Eyre, Make Architects and A Models. With a wealth of experience, and an eye for good design, Usmaa has produced models for projects including, Erith Quarry Masterplan; Holborn Arts Library; The Rich Estate and the Old Vinyl Factory.

Contact
+44(0)207 549 1730
Jonathan Slaughter

Jonathan Slaughter

Model Maker

Jonathan joined the studio in 2016, having over twenty years of experience making architectural, product design and film & TV models.

Specializing as an architectural model marker Jonathan has produced models which have been displayed in the Design Museum, Louvre, MIPIN - Cannes, MAPIC – Cannes, Museum Of Modern Art – New York, National Gallery, Tate, V&A, and both the Arsenale and British Pavilion at separate Venice Biennale’s.

In addition to Jonathans professional background he has recently completed an MA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art. His art practice occupies the territory between sculpture, location and philosophy. An interdisciplinary discourse that uses the notion of a spatial drawing as a structural model to explore poiesis, the idea of making as a form of thinking, and space as a practiced place. Jonathan has shown art works in group shows in London and internationally.

Recently in the studio Jonathan has produced models for Eagle Wharf, and the Manchester Mayfield masterplan.

Molly Holman-Sheard

Molly Holman-Sheard

Model Maker

Molly joined Studio Egret West in 2018. 

 
Ilia Mouline

Ilia Mouline

IT Manager

Ilia joined Studio Egret West in 2011 as the IT and CAD Manager.

 

Ilia is Studio Egret West’s technology wiz with comprehensive knowledge of CAD systems. Ilia trained as an Architect so has great understanding for needs of the industry.

Out of the Studio Ilia is a keen photographer.

Contact
+44(0)207 549 1730
Jessica Rae

Jessica Rae

Business development and marketing manager

Jessica joined Studio Egret West  in  January 2018.

 

 

Lone Blomhøj

Lone Blomhøj

Studio Manager

Lone joined Studio Egret West in 2015 as the Studio Manager.

 

With 2 years experience working in an architectural environment, and a background in Interior Architecture, Lone has the perfect set of skills to manage the Studio.

Lone’s responsibilities include business development, studio administration, marketing administration and events management.

Previous to joining Studio Egret West, Lone worked as the Studio Manager at S333 after setting up an online business trading bespoke bags.

Contact
+44(0)207 549 1730
 
Amber Dodds

Amber Dodds

Studio Assistant & Graphic Designer

Amber Dodds joined Studio Egret West as Studio Assistant in September 2016.

Amber Graduated from Kingston University in 2015 with a degree in Graphic Design. 

Coming from a variety of roles from branding design to chandelier making, Amber was set to help run the day to day of the studio, organising everything from documentation to events. Alongside this Amber also works with the graphic designers assisting in website updates and design tasks.

Amber strives to make the studio more eco friendly by recycling coffee grounds into sustainable energy and reducing plastic consumption.

 

Malene Igland

Malene Igland

Graphic Designer

Malene is a Graphic Designer and joined Studio Egret West in 2016.

In the Studio, Malene works on the design and production of  publications, reports, exhibition graphics and the web upkeep. She also establishes brands and communication strategies for projects and places. 

Most recently Malene is working to develop the identity for a residential mixed use scheme in Barking. 

Prior to SEW Malene worked as a freelance Graphic Desiger in Norway, as well as working with disabled children and the elderly. 

Roma McCook

Roma McCook

Graphic Designer

Roma joined Studio Egret West in 2018 as a Graphic Designer. She is responsible for the preparation of drawings and documents for planning applications, design and access statements, public exhibitions, and marketing material. Recent work includes leading the the graphic design of the winning competition bid for the Horniman Museum & Gardens.

Prior to joining SEW, she worked for Eric Parry architects as well as a boutique branding agency.

Roma studied Graphic Design in Dundee, where she also was a co-facilitator for the V&A. This involved visiting schools around the city and holding workshops for teachers on how ‘design thinking’ could fit in the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence. This led to hosting Design Jams with the V&A for families in local communities. 

In her spare time, Roma does calligraphy and sign-writing, and she ran her own sign-writing business back home in the Highlands, Scotland. 

 

 

Faye Lawrence

Faye Lawrence

Exhibitions and Showroom Manager

Faye joined SEW in 2017, where she is responsible for all areas of managing the Studio's Showroom programme, including: ReWorking London, a 3 month exhibition planned and delivered as a part of the London Festival of Architecture 2018 that explored co-locating housing and industry; and Multi-Stories, a 3 month exhibition highlighting the future of car parks and the impact on our communities.

 

She also liaises externally, inviting third parties to host their exhibitions within the Showroom. This includes the Architectural Journal Small Projects Awards which launches in April 2019 at SEW, followed by a photography exhibition raising awareness of refugees, as well as SEW's own 2019 LFA event - Fault Lines.

 

Faye’s day to day tasks involve: project scheduling, managing the financial budgeting of the annual programme and the individual exhibitions / events; team planning; liaising with 3rd party contractors on build and installation; and in-house on business development and marketing activity including talks, dinners, and workshops.

Contact

+44(0)207 549 1730
 
Isabella West

Isabella West

Multi-Media Producer
Sally Wallace

Sally Wallace

Finance Manager
Thomas Mahon

Thomas Mahon

BIM Specialist - Bimorph Consultancy

 

 
 

 

Thomas is Managing Director of Bimorph, a London-based digital engineering company providing specialist Building Information Modelling (BIM) services to the AEC sector. 
 
With a background in architecture, Thomas has worked with leading architectural practices, including Foster + Partners and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, on a diverse range of international projects. He has continued to push the boundaries of digital technology, focusing on computational design and BIM to design and deliver buildings in ways that eclipse current working methods; from rationalising geometrically complex buildings to unparalleled workflow automation. 
 
Understanding the potential computational techniques combined with BIM can offer the construction industry, Thomas has specialised in computational BIM and set-up Bimorph with a mission to enable Architects, Engineers and Building Contractors transform the way they realise buildings through the use of applied digital technology.
Amanda Baillieu

Amanda Baillieu

In residence

Amanda is our jounalist in residence, she has occupied part of the studio since 2015.

 Amanda is a journalist and an editor. She launched archiboo in 2014 on a hunch that architecture was missing out on a space where like-minded people could meet and learn something new.

She edited Building Design for 7 years and has written for a range of magazines and ‘papers including The Observer and Independent.

She has been a Stirling Prize judge and a member of the Newham Design Panel. She is an Honorary Fellow of the RIBA.

Sashka Nacheva

Sashka Nacheva

Caretaker

Project Architect

 

Studio Egret West is looking for a Project Architect to join its busy London-based studio.

 

About

Studio Egret West is an award winning, highly creative, Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape practice located in Clerkenwell, London.

Our growing portfolio of UK and European projects leads us to seek a talented, RIBA Project Architect to work on a range of exciting projects.

Alongside a creative and dynamic approach, you will be expected to work on projects of all scales including urban design as well as architecture.

We offer a collaborative working environment, with the opportunity to develop your own knowledge and that of other disciplines within the studio. The company will also support your professional development including the pursuit of qualifications.

 

Required

  • Minimum of 3 – 5 years experience;
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills, including the ability to sketch/develop designs on paper as well as digitally;
  • Proven ability of working directly with clients and other consultants;
  • Good knowledge of microstation;
  • Good working knowledge of Adobe Suite skills;
  • Good knowledge of Revit;
  • Ability to work effectively in large project teams;
  • Fluency in English;
  • Relevant permit for working in the UK;
  • Experience in running large-scale mixed-use projects.

 

Studio Egret West is a very sociable and inclusive place to work, and we offer a host of benefits including weekly yoga classes, drawing classes, international studio trips and an enhanced pension scheme.

 

Studio Egret West is an equal opportunities employer.

 

Please upload your CV with examples of your work (no more than 10 pages) to the form below or alternatively email: careers@egretwest.com. Please also include you the job you’re applying to in the subject field of your email.

If you wish to submit a hard copy of your portfolio, please send to;

 

Lone Blomhoj
Studio Egret West
3 Brewhouse Yard
London
EC1V 4JQ

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Urban Designer 

 

Studio Egret West is looking for an Urban Designer to join its busy London-based studio.

 

About

Studio Egret West is an award-winning, highly creative, architecture, urban design and landscape practice located in Clerkenwell, London.
We have an expanding portfolio of UK and European projects and require a talented urban designer. Uniquely positioned you can expect to work on projects of all scales.

We offer a collaborative working environment, with the opportunity to develop your own knowledge and that of other disciplines within the studio.

 

Required

  • Post-graduate degree in urban design with a minimum of three years post graduate experience;
  • Some proven experience in developing urban designs in conjunction with architecture and landscape projects;
  • Ability to work on multiple ongoing projects with independence and pro-activity as well as part of a team;
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills, including the ability to sketch/develop designs on paper as well as digitally;
  • Experience of working directly with clients and other consultants;
  • Advanced MicroStation (2D and 3D) and Adobe Suite skills;
  • Ability to work effectively in large project teams within an international environment;
  • Initiative to work independently;
  • Fluency in written and spoken English;

Relevant permit for working in the UK.

 

Beneficial

  • Immediate availability;
  • Architectural degree/experience;
  • 3D CAD skills in Rhino and Revit;
  • Experience of producing outline and/or detailed planning applications in the UK.

 

Studio Egret West is a very sociable and inclusive place to work, and we offer a host of benefits including weekly yoga classes, social sporting events, regional and international studio trips and an enhanced pension scheme.

 

Studio Egret West is an equal opportunities employer.

 

Please upload your CV with examples of your work (no more than 10 pages) to the form below or alternatively email: careers@egretwest.com. Please also include you the job you’re applying to in the subject field of your email.

If you wish to submit a hard copy of your portfolio, please send to;

 

Lone Blomhøj
Studio Egret West
3 Brewhouse Yard
London
EC1V 4JQ

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Landscape Architect 

 

Studio Egret West is looking for a landscape architect to join its busy London-based studio.

 

About

Studio Egret West is an award-winning, highly creative, architecture, urban design and landscape practice located in Clerkenwell, London. We have an expanding portfolio of UK and European projects and require a talented Landscape Architect. Uniquely positioned you can expect to work on projects of all scales including urban design as well as architecture. We offer a collaborative working environment, with the opportunity to develop your own knowledge and that of other disciplines within the studio. As a company, we actively support your professional development including the pursuit of qualifications.

 

Required

  • Post-graduate degree in landscape architecture or architecture with 2 years plus of proven experience in developing landscape designs in conjunction with complex architecture and masterplanning projects
  • Experience in delivering detailed designs, including the ability to sketch/develop designs on paper as well as digitally
  • Excellent communication and coordination skills, Experience in working directly with clients and other consultants,
  • Advanced CAD (2D and 3D) and Adobe Suite skills,
  • Ability to work effectively in large project teams within an international environment,
  • Fluency in English;
  • Relevant permit for working in the UK.

 

Beneficial

  • Experience working in a European landscape architecture office with project experience on mainland Europe as well as in the UK;

    • Experience of producing site-specific ecology strategies;
    • Knowledge or experience of vertical landscapes, green walls and building integrated living systems;
    • Experience of urban and rural environments, large scale park design, riverine and post-industrial landscapes;
    • Knowledge of project management and site supervision;
    • Experience with Revit and BIM.

 

Studio Egret West is a very sociable and inclusive place to work, and we offer a host of benefits including weekly yoga classes, social sporting events, regional and international studio trips and an enhanced pension scheme.

Studio Egret West is an equal opportunities employer.

 

Please upload your CV with examples of your work (no more than 10 pages) to the form below or alternatively email: careers@egretwest.com. Please also include you the job you’re applying to in the subject field of your email.

If you wish to submit a hard copy of your portfolio, please send to;

 

Lone Blomhøj
Studio Egret West
3 Brewhouse Yard
London
EC1V 4JQ

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Thank you for you application