- Studios: Architecture
- Position: Partner / Architect
- Qualifications: BSc, MSc, DipArch, RIBA, PCPS, ARB
Mark originally joined the practice in 2003 and has since gained a wealth of experience working predominantly on education and community based projects. His knowledge also extends to other sectors including various high end residential, cultural and commercial projects.
As project architect on the award winning Shorne Wood Country Park Visitor Centre, Mark played a key role in the project’s great success. The scheme was designed as an example of best practice for sustainable architecture and to demonstrate renewable technologies in the expanding north Kent region, and clearly demonstrates Mark’s passion for sustainable design and construction.
He enjoys working closely with clients and overseeing projects on site and is respected for his creativity. Mark has won several competitions and has also tutored at the University of Creative Arts at Canterbury. In 2007 he exhibited his work entitled ‘Urban Terrain, Perspective on Landscape’ at the first international fine art exhibition held at the gallery Oslo Prosjektrom, St. Olav’s Gate, Oslo. He says his design work is influenced by Peter Zumthor and Steven Holl.