Alex studied at Newcastle University and the Mackintosh School of Architecture. For nearly ten years, Alex worked at Hopkins Architects (London) as a key member of the design team on several significant award winning projects. These included the new Parliamentary Building (Portcullis House) in Westminster, the David Mellor Design Museum and Cafe in Derbyshire, and a competition winning design for the new Jubilee Campus, University of Nottingham.
His was responsible for several key packages, from inception to completion, on the Wellcome Trust Headquarters (Gibbs Building) in London. The expertise he gained working on high quality, contemporary architecture with a close attention to detail was developed further at Snell Associates where he collaborated with the artist Bruce McLean on the internal fit-out of the Arnolfini Centre for Contemporary Arts in Bristol.
Alex lives in Widcombe and is involved in various community led projects
including the Neros Foundation, lighting the Halfpenny Bridge and the St
Marks Rd residents’ cycle shelter. Alex has been working for Designscape
Architects since 2007.
Key projects include:
Hill Farm Dairy