Qualifications: BArch (Hons) March (Dist) PGDip ARB
Stephen is an Architect in Colin’s Team working on residential schemes at a range of scales and stages, from construction-stage detailing to urban and architectural design of outline planning applications.
Before joining HTA, Stephen worked for a small Brixton-based practice on a range of private residential projects. Prior to this he worked at TP Bennett on a team specialising in residential, mixed-use and public realm schemes.
He completed his Master’s degree at Manchester School of Architecture, where he studied in the MSA_Projects design unit. He was encouraged to consider the social, environmental and economic impact of architecture and to engage with the communities he was designing for in the areas he was designing in. His final year thesis was a development for a housing cooperative with adjacent community facilities set within a wider urban masterplan. It received a Distinction and Stephen was selected as one of three finalists for Manchester Society of Architects’ ‘Future Architect of the Year’ award.
Prior to his Masters’ Stephen completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Nottingham, before spending a year working for an architectural practice in Shanghai.
Stephen is coordinating an ambitious project on the Abbey Barn North site in High Wycombe. The council has designated the site for residential development and is keen to see high quality and creatively designed homes that work in harmony with the ecologically sensitive chalk grasslands and challenging sloping topography.
Stephen is also involved with various design bids for Colin’s team, including a recently successful tender for the design of two serviced apartment blocks in Canary Wharf.
In his spare time, Stephen volunteers as the Technical Director of the Mlambe Project, a charity providing school infrastructure in Malawi using earthbag construction. An avid reader, he has founded a monthly book club at HTA.