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
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.