BA (Hons), Dip Arch, ARB, RIBA
Stephen joined Stanton Williams in 2004. He was project architect for the multi-award winning Bourne Hill Offices for Wiltshire Council in Salisbury, the new public square at King’s Cross in London and also worked on the House of Fraser Anchor Store at Cabot Circus in Bristol. Stephen was the associate for the recently completed Cambridge Judge Business School's expansion on the Old Addenbrooke’s Hospital site in the centre of Cambridge.
Stephen is currently the associate responsible for the Blossom Street project for British Land, a mixed-use development between the City of London and Shoreditch. He is also responsible for the refurbishment and extension of Rhodes House in Oxford providing new residential, conference and office accommodation within the grounds of the listed building.
Stephen gained his degree in Architecture from Kingston University in 1997. After graduating he worked in London and Stockholm as part of a team for the development and construction of three pavilions designed by John Hejduk, Peter Salter and PHAB Architects for ‘Writing the City’ an international architectural project in collaboration with Stockholm - European Capital of Culture 1998.
Following his Diploma in Architecture with distinction from the University of East London in 2000, he worked for a number of architectural practices in London, including ORMS and Nicholas Hare Architects, working on high profile education, leisure and commercial projects. Stephen gained his ARB / RIBA Part 3 from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2003. Since then he has been a visiting critic, lecturer and student mentor at a number of London architecture schools.