The practice is driven by Jeremy’s passion for questioning why things are the way they are and how they can be better. The portfolio of work reflects this questioning nature and how bespoke and unique solutions can be achieved across small, medium and large scales, in the UK and abroad.

Prior to setting up his own practice, Jeremy worked for leading practices in London, New York and Bristol.  As Project Architect he has experience in developing designs reflecting aspirations of clients including Nike, Holmes Place, National Space Centre and various other commercial companies. 

Working on the refurbishment and extension of the former home of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and designing housing for The Peabody Trust inspired Jeremy to develop his own approach to residential projects amalgamating his knowledge across a diverse selection of buildings and interiors.

Initially trained at the University of Bath, Jeremy continued his studies in London and then Oxford where he completed an MSc in Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building.

Jeremy’s work has been published in Ideal Home and The Guardian ‘Space’ supplement.  Work is also due to be featured in Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway’s book on their vision of the 21st Century Home, A Place to Live.