BSC, M.Arch (Princeton) ARB
Paul studied architecture at Kingston Polytechnic and received a master’s degree from Princeton University. He was made Associate Director in 2020.
In 2011 Paul joined Eric Parry Architects and has since been closely involved in a number of prestigious commercial developments in the City of London. Recently he played a key role as Project Associate overseeing the construction and completion of Fen Court, a 420,000 sq ft (NIA) office development in the heart of the City of London. In this role Paul coordinated the consultant design team as well as liaising daily with the client and at policy meetings. Paul led the design development of all aspects of the project over a five-year period utilizing his construction and detailing experience and attending numerous sub-contractor meetings. Fen Court was completed in the summer of 2018 and features, amongst other things, the largest publicly accessible roof garden in the City.
Paul is currently working on a number of projects in the City of London, including a large-scale mixed-use project for which he is coordinating the feasibility study and the redevelopment of Seal House, an office development near London Bridge that received planning permission in early 2019.
Before joining Eric Parry Architects, Paul worked in a number of prestigious practices in London on a number of commercial and public buildings both in London and abroad. He spent a number of years at James Stirling, Michael Wilford and Associates (later Michael Wilford and Partners). During this time he worked on numerous projects from inception to completion, including No.1 Poultry in the heart of the City of London, a building which was given a Grade 2* listing in 2016 (the newest ever to receive such an award).
Paul has also worked on a number of cultural projects, such as the Lowry Centre in Salford, a major performing arts centre in the north of England, and, while at John Miller and Partners, The Brindley, another arts centre in Runcorn. His portfolio of work also includes a number of higher education and university buildings throughout the world.