BA (Hons) DipArch RIBA
Tim Lynch studied architecture at the Universities of Newcastle and Glasgow, qualifying as an architect in 1998. Tim joined Eric Parry Architects in March 2004 and was appointed Associate in 2007 and Associate Director in 2011.
Tim co-led the team and was responsible for completion on the practice’s Athletes Village project for the London 2012 Olympics, a £50m new-build housing development consisting of six ten-storey blocks around a landscaped podium. Prior to this, as an Associate, he worked on the £36m Renewal of St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square. This project consisted of the refurbishment and conservation of James Gibbs’ Grade I listed church and crypt, including reconstruction of the below ground spaces, the rationalisation and extension of a Grade II* listed John Nash terrace, and reordering of the publicly accessible spaces.
Tim leads the practice’s education team, which has completed the a new Music School for Brighton College, a new 350 seat Recital Hall and sports pavilion in a listed landscape for Wells Cathedral School and a new Dining Hall for King’s College School Wimbledon. Tim is also leading the project for the renewal of the Grade II* St John’s Church at Waterloo, London. Tim is currently leading a team designing two new residential buildings as part of the Chelsea Barracks masterplan.
Before joining the practice, Tim worked for Van Heyningen & Haward Architects where he completed a number of education projects for the University of York, Oxford University and Benenden School. He also worked on various media and retail projects for Househam Henderson Architects in London. Tim has also worked in Berlin, Dresden, Newcastle and Glasgow, on a variety of residential projects.