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Tim studied a range of creative disciplines including, painting, sculpture and environmental design at Chelsea College of Art and Design and it was here he developed an appreciation for the skill, collaboration and art of designing the built environment. He followed this with a degree in Interior Design at Kingston University under Fred Scott and Leyton Reid where he combined art with architecture and developed a social awareness of the importance and benefits of quality buildings. To formalise and continue his architectural education he completed his Diploma in Architecture at UCL, Bartlett School of Architecture where he met Tam.
Tim has a breadth of experience working on small-scale, high-end residential projects throughout London with several practices including Milk Architecture and Design and Bluebottle. He has also worked with John McAslan on Bond Street crossrail and Pune Cricket Stadium with pioneering architects Hopkins. His ability to skip between large and small scales in both practice and detail is exemplary of his thoroughness of approach to architecture and his ability to create spaces both humble and humbling.
Tim is straight-forward, plain-talking and often wears a frown despite secretly enjoying the complexities of architecture.
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Tam studied Architecture and Planning at UWE, Bristol giving her a strong understanding of urban design and the planning system. She gained a Diploma in Architecture at UCL, Bartlett School of Architecture where she met Tim, both were united in their desire to challenge the traditional approach to architectural learning. Both studied film and architecture under Nic Clear, which included making film and animation, responding to architecture as a means to create mood, style and grace. Tam completed her professional education at Sheffield University in 2009.
Tam has more recently been working on high-end office buildings in central London including Stirling Prize shortlisted Angel Building and AJ Retrofit shortlisted The Grove with AHMM Architects. She has also had the opportunity to work in masterplanning, education and residential sectors. Thanks to her commercial experience Tam is able to fluently adapt design according to budget, delivering meticulous detailing and high-quality design. To compliment this she has a breadth of experience in sustainable design, helping clients to implement and benefit.
Tam is engaging and optimistic. You will find her smiling despite the rain.