Chris studied at the University of Newcastle and the Bartlett (UCL) in the U.K. and has previously worked for Piercy&Company & C.F. Møller.
At C.F. Møller, Chris was responsible for the design and delivery of many complex projects including the Darwin Centre at the Natural History Museum, a residential development for the Rothschild Foundation, housing as part of London Athletes’ Village and the Greenwich Peninsula Energy Centre. In addition, Chris’ projects included civic buildings and spaces such as the concept design for the National Maritime Museum extension and Gallery A at the National Gallery.
Chris joined Piercy&Company in 2015 as Associate and led the delivery of the 150,000sq.ft Copyright Building for Derwent London which completed in October 2017. He played a key role leading the Co-working projects whilst leading the technical reviews for all projects in the studio.
Chris also led the team that was successful in winning the invited design competition for the North Kensington Library. This innovative project will see library spaces working in harmony with both a youth centre and an education use, forming a new focus for the community of North Kensington in London.