Tom Shell

Tom graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 1996 with a first class BA Hons degree in Interior Design and joined Stanton Williams on leaving University.

Since then he has worked on a number of high profile award-winning projects including Bourne Hill Offices for Salisbury District Council, which involved the refurbishment of a Grade II listed house and an adjoining new office building in landscaped gardens; the Millennium Seedbank for the Royal Botanic Gardens; visitor facilities and re-landscaping at Tower Hill, the Tower of London, for Historic Royal Palaces; a new headquarters building for Cadburys in Bournville; Compton Verney Art Gallery in Warwickshire and a new School of Social Sciences for City University in London.

Tom has also worked on a wide range of exhibitions including the permanent exhibition at Compton Verney, a temporary exhibition at the Barbican entitled Seduced and a landmark exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts entitled Bronze.

Recent work has included the creation of new gallery spaces within the Musée d’Art de Nantes, a comprehensive renovation of the Beaux Art museum and 5800m2 extension for the display of twenty-first century art and Kings Cross Square, a new public square to the front of Kings Cross Station in London.

Tom is currently Project Associate for the Royal Opera House’s ‘open up’ project.