BA (Hons.) Dip. Arch.
Markus studied at Newcastle University and London Metropolitan University. He joined the practice in 2014 and was made Associate in 2020. Markus has since worked on One Chamberlain Square, a 170,000 sq ft office building in the centre of Birmingham. Markus worked as part of the team throughout all stages of this project; from conception, through a reserved matters application, tender and construction. The project completed in the first quarter of 2019.
Prior to this Markus worked on London Scottish House, a ground plus 17-storey 170,000 sq ft office building in the centre of Manchester. The project received planning permission in summer 2014.
Before joining Eric Parry Architects Markus worked for Dow Jones Architects, Lynch Architects and Jonathan Woolf Architects. During this time he worked on numerous award-winning cultural and residential projects including the refurbishment and conversion of a Grade II listed shop and house in Tanners Hill, Deptford into a public gallery and private living space for Peter Von Kant. The project was nominated for the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize and won an RIBA Regional Award in 2013.