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Juliet Aston Associate Director

Juliet is qualified both as an Architect and in History of Art providing a unique and informed approach to heritage led design and historic building, and has also undertaken specialist conservation training. Juliet has over 15 years experience of cultural and restoration projects, including the redevelopment of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in the USA, a new Auditorium at Corpus Christi College in Oxford, and leading the Ashmolean Museum’s Egypt Galleries & Randolph Gallery Restoration.

Juliet is currently leading compliance and monitoring team working on the Centre Point project in London, lead formation of requirements for conservation of historic features across the iconic buildings. Juliet is also currently project architect for the restoration of Hay Castle in Wales, which will rescue and conserve the castle and provide new and unique exhibition, cafe and educational spaces.

Juliet has been instrumental in the practice’s partnership with the Women in Architecture campaign which aims to increase commitments to equality within the profession and raise the profile of women in architecture worldwide. Juliet has contributed to the campaign’s steering group sessions and mentored in the UK wide programme. 

Paul Mullin Associate Director

Paul has a wide range of experience in residential, educational, heritage, masterplanning and urban design; with particular expertise working with local authorities on key regeneration schemes - recently leading a large team to deliver a masterplan and various award winning buildings across the East Ham Civic Campus for the London Borough of Newham. 

Paul has been the Project Architect on a number of multi-disciplinary projects, such as the Barking Town Centre Masterplan, the Stowe School Masterplan within the historic setting of Stowe House and Gardens, and the Sustainable Residential Quarter in Central Milton Keynes. Paul has also worked on large scale campus masterplans for the Universities of Lincoln and Southampton and the largest residential Passivhaus scheme in the UK, Chester Balmore, for the London Borough of Camden.

Paul has acted as a Critical Friend and Technical Advisor for clients including the Stowe School and the London Borough of Newham. He has also been a regular visiting tutor at the University of Bath, and has lectured at the Concrete Centre in London. Paul takes an active role in mentoring within the practice.
 
Paul is currently leading teams working on projects for Cheltenham Ladies’ College, two new Boarding Houses at Stowe, and the redevelopment of historic buildings in the St Thomas’ Campus for King’s College London.

Tim Paul Associate Director

Tim has a range of architectural experience leading educational, cultural and arts projects along with residential and masterplanning projects. Tim played a key role in the construction of the Art and Design Academy for Liverpool John Moores University and has also worked on various residential projects including Kilburn Park Road and Hicks Bolton in South Kilburn.

Tim was project architect and oversaw the construction of the award winning Chester Balmore Housing project for the London Borough of Camden - one of the largest residential Passivhaus schemes in the UK, providing 53 highly innovate homes and winning the Civic Trust Special Award for Sustainability in 2015.
 
Tim is currently leading the team on the restoration of the Great Hall & Library and new build education and library facilities for the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London; and also leading the team refurbishing an office block in High Holborn to provide modern Chamber Space for the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn.

David Watson Associate Director

David has gained exemplary experience working on delivering a variety of masterplanning, mixed use, residential, education and cultural projects. Projects include a masterplan for Barking River Roding, West End One Milton Keynes, Liverpool John Moores University Art & Design Academy.

David brings expertise of working alongside 20th Century structures having led the construction of a new wing at the Lyric Hammersmith, the culmination of a 15 year masterplan; he was the Project Architect for latter stages of The Towner Contemporary Art Museum in Eastbourne, an extension to the grade II* listed congress centre; he developed designs for a new skate space at the South Bank Centre, providing vibrant new urban space for the 1960’s centre; and is also part of the Centre Point team working to refurbish the Grade II listed complex.
 
David is currently leading the Fairfield project in Croydon, a masterplan for a new cultural quarter in the town centre which includes the restoration of the iconic Fairfield Halls.

Chris WoodTechnical Director
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