BSc (Hons) DipArch MArch ARB
Tom studied at the University of Bath, Technishe Universität München and Glasgow School of art, graduating in 2006. He joined Eric Parry Architects in 2013 as a project architect and has been an Associate at the practice since 2020.
Currently Tom is one of the project leads working on the Salisbury Square Development, a civic masterplan in the heart of the City of London. A project comprising 4 buildings centred around a new civic public space, this project will provide two buildings of national importance in the form of a new court building for HM Courts and Tribunals Service and a police headquarters for the City of London Police. Tom has led the masterplan and public realm team from Stage 3 though a complex planning process to the point of works starting on site. He is also currently leading the teams working on the police headquarters building and the refurbishment of a retained and re-modelled 1870s Grade II listed structure.
Throughout his time at EPA Tom has played a leading role in teams working on projects in complex historic environments and has developed an expertise and passion for seeking creative solutions to adapt and re-use existing buildings. Key amongst these has been the adaptation and refurbishment of a Grade I townhouse on The Mall into a boutique mixed use space and home for an international asset management group.
Heading-up the practices in-house sustainability group, Tom has been instrumental in establishing a framework for the office to continue to create buildings of exemplary architectural quality that also embed zero carbon and ultra-low energy philosophies into our design work from the outset of each project.
Before joining EPA, Tom spent 5 years working at Long & Kentish Architects as project architect on a number of intricate refurbishments of listed public buildings including Durlston Castle and Porthcurno Telegraph Museum. Prior to this he has worked on a number of master plans and large scale housing projects in London and Scotland at Karakusevic Cason and JM Architects respectively. Tom has spent time teaching at Glasgow School of art and Kent School of Architecture and remains a visiting critic at Kent.