It doesn’t matter how small the product or how big the building the same principle applies – we must do a lot more with what we have without damaging the ability of future generations to live healthy lives whilst protecting the environment.
What we create and use today must become tomorrow’s solution to be re-used by future generations.
I believe in rethinking the way we design to challenge the status quo. Everything I do is designed around the use of material resources, innovative ways of making things and human centred design.
Thinking differently allows me to develop simple concepts that express the way they are made. The buildings I design are eco-functional with natural light filtered into tactile spaces and places for nature to move in
My expertise has developed over a lifetime of working with great people. My professional background is in zero carbon architecture and I worked for Hopkins Architects and Bill Dunster Architects, two of the leading practices in this field.
My work with them has allowed me to be part of teams designing masterplans, the World’s greenest university campus right through to zero carbon kit houses, industrial and consumer products.