Tom is an architect of objects, spaces, buildings and places across multiple sectors and cultures, including education, workplace, residential, industrial, healthcare, mixed use and master planning. He has an inquisitive insight into these evolving and sometimes convergent typologies leading to a number of R+D explorations and innovations, including new learning and teaching environments, an agile workplace chassis that can adapt to other uses, a revitalisation of the industrial shed, and currently a range of intensification hybrid models for mixing urban industrial with other uses including residential, hospitality, workplace and multi level industrial. These explorations have informed his and the studio’s design projects in the UK, Istanbul, Moscow and SE Asia. His recent design work includes 3D hybrid master plans for a Battersea railway site and a Hounslow farm, Baltic Wharf in Paddington Basin, Six Bridges in Southwark, and previously the Student Union building for Imperial College London, the Jennie Lee Innovation Building at the Open University, an agile Live/Work cluster in Westminster, Arcus III Office tower in Moscow, Monet Residence tower in Moscow, Mid Tech industrial units in Cambridgeshire and London, an Education Town in Istanbul, the City of London Academy Islington, and various office and residential projects in Turkey and Russia. He is a close collaborator with clients and colleagues alike, enjoying the creativity born of shared experimentation, challenges and the unexpected. He studied at Kingston University and the Architectural Association, is a regular conference panellist and speaker, a critic at the Bartlett and Loughborough Schools of Architecture, a trustee of the Higher Education Design Quality Forum (HEDQF), a WAF Awards judge, NLA Awards judge and a practice member of the London School of Architecture.