Based in the practice’s Guildford office, Ed heads up our Life Sciences work. He leads teams of architects and technicians, and focuses on championing sustainable design and design quality, particularly within the life science and offices sectors within the practice.
Graduating from Plymouth University with distinction, Ed gained experience in architectural design for a broad range of media, creating virtual architecture and visionary projects for everything from web based media to film and television. Ed has significant cross-sector experience including research and laboratory, offices, residential, student accommodation, defence, transport and education.
His appreciation of his clients’ commercial aspirations balanced against an emphasis on creative design solutions enables him to deliver the development brief from concept to completion. Ed was responsible for the design for the ultra low energy CABI Headquarters in Oxford and the Carbon Minus home for the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery in Woolwich.
Recent projects include Plot 1-21 Cambridge Science Park; Cambridge Science Park Bio-Hub; Arm Headquarters, Peterhouse Technology Park; St George’s College Activity Centre; a new HQ and reactor facility for First Light Fusion; and the refurbishment of Victoria Gate (winner of the BCO Regional for Refurbished/Recycled Workplace). Ed has recently worked on a low-carbon timber office concept with Stora Enso and won in a design competition the new laboratory quarter for Oxford Science Park