Andy Garton
Associate
BA(Hons) DipArch ARB

Andy Garton joined Stanton Williams in 2007 and has worked on a number of the practice’s high profile education, office and cultural projects.

His experience includes the Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge – a major award winning plant science research centre set in the University Botanic Gardens – where he was involved from planning stage to completion; the Britten-Pears Archive building in Aldeburgh; and masterplans and feasibility studies for the University of the Arts London and the Peak
District Eco-Resort.

He is currently project architect on the Blossom Street project in Spitalfields, which has just received planning permission for new office spaces within existing warehouses and a new building. He is currently project architect of a new wellness clinic for Harrod's Department Store, which is currently on-site, and is working on the new Museum of London.

Andy gained his Part III from the University of Westminster in 2010, where he was also a part-time Diploma design tutor. His previous experience includes work with Greenhill Jenner Architects in London.