Below is a selection of just a few of the projects I have been involved with as project architect (or in a significant way) with previous employers (as well as some carried out privately in the past):
Projects based in Cambridge
Magdalene College – design of speculative new house in a challenging conservation area on a very tight site.
Pembroke College – design of residential speculative development in Grantchester Meadows. Pembroke College – feasibility study for future student accommodation.
Sidney Sussex College – refurbishment of the kitchen in the Master’s Lodge.
Peterhouse – extensive kitchen refurbishment involving a new servery, new “F” staircase, lift and dining room, all within the oldest part of the oldest College in Cambridge.
Peterhouse – redesign of Fellows’ Cloakroom including design of a new gyp unit.
Wesley House – conversion of original kitchens into office accommodation and creation of new regeneration kitchen.
Cambridge Union – fire precaution works and sensitive alterations.
The Perse School for Boys – design of new music school.
St Mary’s School – conversion to form new 6th form centre.
The Pelican Pre-Preparatory School – design of new school hall.
King Street Housing Association – conversion of existing basement car park to provide additional office accommodation.
Chaucer Road – superb quality residential refurbishment of large Edwardian property.
Anglesey Abbey – 1. refurbishment of Picture Gallery comprehensive refurbishment to improve environmental conditions. 2. Conversion of Old Redwoods and Courtyard Cottage to form administration quarters.
River Lane – residential extension.
St Peter’s Street – residential alterations.
Storey’s Way – renovation and conservation works to a house designed by Baillie Scott.
Residential projects outside Cambridge
Woodlands Avenue – residential extension and refurbishment of Edwardian property.
Hinton Way – residential extension with green credentials.
Dullingham – conversion and extension involving separately listed thatched barn and house.
Debden – large barn conversion within the curtilage of a grade II* farmhouse.
Stetchworth – extension to listed Georgian house.
Gt Eversden – residential extension.
Comberton – alterations and landscaping to listed property.
Churches, near and far
St Mary-le-Tower, Ipswich – repair, replacement and conservation of stonework to west front. New choir stall lighting. Repairs to nave floor tiles. Monitoring of cracks to chancel arch, and steeple jack inspection to spire.
St Michael’s, Woolverstone – new lavatory and tea prep. facilities including gothic tracery and ironwork to balustrading – Craftmanship Award to contractor from The Suffolk Association of Architects.
St Mary’s, Feltwell – EH grant aided works for re-roofing of nave, including extensive timber repairs
All Saints, Sudbury – replacement of felt covering to chancel roof with traditional sand-cast lead.
St Mary’s, Steeple Bumpstead – new lavatory and meeting room.
St Mary’s, Linton – repairs to south and north clerestories.
St Mary’s, Bentley – re-roofing of nave and new lead valley gutter. New rainwater drainage.
St Andrew’s, Toft – new north porch lavatory extension, with sensitive alterations to buttress.
St Cyriac and St Julitta’s, Swaffham Prior – new lavatory and tea prep. facilities with conservation works to floor, walls and stone pilasters.
Projects based in London
St John’s Wood – refurbishment of a private grade II listed house
3-5 Wardrobe Place – conversion of three grade II listed Georgian buildings back into residential use.
St. George’s Drive – conversion of existing listed corner house into flats.
Knightsbridge – superb quality refurbishment of exclusive penthouse.
June 06 – March 13 Freeland Rees Roberts Architects, Cambridge
Apr 98 – June 06 Pleasance Hookham and Nix, Cambridge
July 95 – Mar 98 Michael Brod Associates, London
Oct 93 – Aug 94 Fairdale Consultants, Suffolk
Jan 90 – Sept 90 D.J. Davis Chartered Architect, Worcester
I am an approved architect for the Dioceses of St Edmundsbury & Ispwich, St Albans, Peterborough, Ely, and Oxford. I am also a member of SPAB, and an associate member of EASA (Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association).