MArch, BA (hons.) Architecture & Landscape
Tom began working at HTA in August 2016.
Prior to this, Tom worked as a master-planner and assistant landscape architect at FPCR on projects such as Bath Spa University and various suburban housing schemes. Tom has experience in residential design, master-planning and landscape architecture but has a particular interest in how the different disciplines can integrate to enable the delivery of considered and contextually appropriate designs.
He attended the University of Sheffield where he gained a dual honours bachelor’s degree in architecture and landscape architecture and later gained an MArch. His final project was research-led, looking into ways we might provide more appropriate care for people with dementia, whilst allowing those with the condition a sense of involvement within their environment and community.
Tom contributed to suburban housing projects within various teams and modelled house types in BIM for housing applications. Projects include:
- King’s Hill, Kent
- Filwood Park, Bristol
- Allen Court, Ealing
Worked within a small team to deliver 89 new flats. Experience includes the creation of various details, schedules and layout drawings as well as reviewing the specification.
- Tower Hamlets, London
Planning and feasibility studies for various sites in Tower Hamlets, including constraints and opportunities diagrams, design input, 3D visualisation and the development of a feasibility document.
Tom helped deliver a vision document to show our client the site’s potential.
Worked on planting plans, specifying plants, plant and meadow mixes and trees. Tom also gained experience in landscape detailing.
Master-planning with design input, creation of design and access statements and related diagrams.
Tom is currently working as part of a team preparing tender information for a block within the regenerated Aylesbury Estate. Plot 18 will deliver 122 new homes above first floor level and includes a community facility with a library and commercial space at street level.