To create meaningful and enduring places and further the restoration of unity between humankind and nature.


I am deeply committed to design that leaves a positive legacy for future generations. It is a means to participate, contribute and improve the well-being of clients, our culture and the environment.

Designing buildings with a responsiveness, that achieves an equilibrium with nature. Good design supports and informs a rich human experience and yet can still encourage environmental health and abundance.

I believe in creating living spaces that filter nature rather than oppose it.

Key Principles

Holistic – Where the intersection of light, life and environment merge. Harmonising with nature in sustainable ways and that ultimately creates dynamic living spaces of timeless beauty.

Zen – Is form and function. Aesthetically, Zen is about seeing beauty in the ordinary, understanding it, extracting its essence to lift and express the inherent quality of a material. The function of Zen is having an open mind. Being present allows for a fresh perspective, while being fully aware of the entire process.

Quality of Light – The way that natural light is used in each project is of primary importance to me. In particular, the way in which light can generate form and evoke human emotion.

Quality of Life – I have been exploring an architecture where the emphasis is on space, inhabitation and making connections that can give meaning to a place and lift the spirit.

Quality of Environment – I am guided by an ideal based on sustainability, low impact design and use of materials, with responsibility for a legacy relationship with nature.

Sustainable Architecture

I have a focus on ethical and ecological behaviour with an aim to guiding clients into making informed personal preferences.

We use a scaling method that recognises each projects individual requirements depending on Client and budget which allows for different degrees of an environmental approach to be taken.

Striving for refined and clever structural solutions with simplified construction detailing, produces a reduction in the amount of material in a building and a consequent reduction in the impacts of wastage, transport and production.