Located in a conservation area in Dalston, this Terraced Victorian property had internal refurbishment and a rear extension. At Neil Dusheiko Architects, as project architect, I was involved in the design, construction and hand over. This project was also feature on the front over of Grand Designs Magazine.       …

Located in South East London, the Etch House was a refurbishment and extension to a Georgian terrace.   Whilst working at Fraher Architects, my role was project lead during design, construction, and completion. This project has been featured in Dezeen and came 3rd place in New London Architecture Don’t Move Improve! …

Located in a conversation area, Lambeth Marsh House is part of a 1820s terrace that was originally occupied by artisan workers. The building’s historic significance means it is listed with a Grade-II conservation rating, so any alterations had to be sympathetic and in keeping with its context and heritage. The building had …

Located in Hilton Hotel, Park Lane. The shapes cut into the bar and ceiling were designed to create a sense of dappled light to evoke the feeling of drinking in a vineyard. Whilst working at Fraher Architects, my role was project lead during design, construction, and completion including the construction …

Combining Augmented Reality and Building Information Modelling – An industry perspective on applications and future directions.   Introduction The aim of this paper is to investigate the applications both current and potential, of combining Augmented Reality (AR) and Building Information Modelling (BIM), providing an insight into attitudes towards utilising these …

A Student Perspective on Self-Initiating Design-Build, AAE 2014 Conference.   Introduction A Masters of Architecture design thesis project developing a collaborative practice in architecture, art and sound. A pavilion is designed for the VAMOS! Festival to create an experiential micro-climate, in which lighting and sound installations reflect Latin American culture. …

A Masters of Architecture design thesis project developing a collaborative practice in architecture, art and sound. The pavilion is designed for the VAMOS! Festival to create an experiential  micro-climate, in which lighting and sound installations reflect Latin American culture. The project began with nothing. Between October 2013 and June 2014 …