BArch DipArch ARB
Matthew is fascinated with the tectonics, craft and buildability of architecture. He has a meticulous eye for detail and enjoys leading the material research in the studio. He applies his excellent technical knowledge to each and every project in the studio. Matthew has been a guest critic at numerous Architectural Schools, has been a technical design tutor at Kingston University and is currently a committed final-year design tutor at the London School of Architecture. He has also mentored in the Accelerate Programme in connection with Open House.
Matthew has worked for many highly acclaimed architectural practices in the UK and abroad, such as Maccreanor Lavington Architects, Caruso St John Architects and Seung H Sang, in South Korea. Matthew was an Associate at Jamie Fobert Architects where he worked on a range of projects from private houses, high-end retail schemes and the refurbishment to Kettle's Yard in Cambridge. Most notably, Matthew led the £ 20 million extension to the Tate St Ives, which won the Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018 and was shortlisted for the RIBA Sterling Prize 2018.
BArch (Hons) DipArch ARB RIBA
With a background in cultural master planning and architectural conservation, Camilla is interested in bringing new life to existing buildings and spaces, exploring how materials and craftsmanship come together to make spaces for the long term. She has developed a careful and methodical approach that can often result in finding architectural solutions in radical and unexpected ways, be it a strategic master plan or micro build. Camilla is committed to running a nurturing, progressive practice and improving access to the architecture profession, speaking and running architectural workshops in East London schools. She has been a judge for the Architects' Journal's prestigious AJ Awards since 2021.
Prior to forming the studio in 2015, Camilla worked for respected architectural practices, gaining a wide range of experience in the cultural, education and residential sectors. At Burd Haward Architects, she worked on the Bluebell House, the RIBA Award Winning Mottisfont Abbey Visitor Centre for the National Trust and the cultural master plan for the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. She also worked on the master plan for the Royal Observatory Greenwich and was part of Purcell’s conservation team for the Natural History Museum central hall program.
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