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Serena Cardozo Architect

Serena is an Architect currently working on the delivery of the refurbishment of the Horniman Museum’s Anthropology Galleries in London. Serena was also a key part of the team working on the delivery of the library extension and related refurbishment works at The Queen's College in Oxford. Serena has previously worked on various projects including the Heathrow City Feasibility Competition, Lincoln's Inn Masterplan, and the Lancaster University Spine renovation.

Jonathan Evans Architect

Joining MICA in 2016 after graduating from the University of Liverpool and the Dessau Institute of Architecture at the Bauhaus, Jonathan is an Architect with diverse experience on projects of varied scales and sectors. He has experience working in historic city-centre locations and sensitive contexts, from concept design through to delivery. Projects have included a masterplan and investment framework study for the city of Lancaster, the renovation and extension of grade II listed properties in Belgravia and the Moor tower restoration in Hay-on-Wye, Wales.

As a core team member of MICA’s ongoing work with Jesus College, Oxford, Jonathan worked on the Cheng Yu Tung building, which provides new teaching facilities, student accommodation, retail space and landscaping, including a new raised fourth quad for the 450 year old college. Originally part of the successful competition team, Jonathan has worked through complex briefing processes, translating the client’s needs and aspirations into a successful scheme and through detailed design and construction under a contractor novated role. He also guided teams in designing and delivering several other schemes for the college, including new cycle storage set within medieval walls and renovation works to the grade I listed second quad to improve accessibility and college facilities.

Continuing his work within Oxford, Jonathan is currently part of the team detailing designs for Hertford College, which includes construction of a new subterranean library and archive beneath the historic quadrangle. Alongside this he is designing and delivering a residential renovation and extension in Whitstable. Set within a conservation area, the project employs low carbon methods for construction and future operational use.

A keen interest in listed buildings and heritage value has developed through his work on sensitive heritage projects at MICA and Jonathan is currently working towards becoming an accredited conservation architect.

Neil MacWilliams Architect

Neil joined MICA in 2015 bringing with him over a decade of experience in the design and delivery of complex, thoughtfully-detailed projects with an emphasis on creative re-use of existing fabric. His background encompasses projects ranging from private houses to cultural landmarks, he also has considerable expertise in the education sector, both in the UK and abroad.

Neil was the architect responsible for the external envelope of the Ashworth Centre at the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. The new subterranean development deftly provides state of the art education facilities immediately adjacent to the Grade-I listed Great Hall as part of what has been the largest construction project on the historic estate for 175 years.

Neil has subsequently worked on projects for King’s College London, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Jesus College Oxford and Wellington College. These projects have benefitted from Neil’s pragmatic approach, keen attention to detail and thorough knowledge with respect to technical specification.

Neil is currently a mentor to Part I students at Kingston University, having previously mentored at several architecture schools. He also regularly participates as an RIBA Part III oral examiner at the University of Westminster.

Ryan Middleton Architect

Ryan has worked a MICA for over four years, over which time he has worked on a range of projects, across various sectors including the restoration and extension of a grade II listed building for Kings College and Guy’s St Thomas Hospital, and masterplans for Barking and Dagenham Riverside Gateways.

Ryan is currently working on a number of feasibility studies and masterplans for residential led, mixed-use developments. This includes working alongside national rail to propose strategies to develop and intensify train station sites, including the re-organisation of associated infrastructure. He has recently carried out a density study research project for London Legacy Development Corporation to explore and test various ways that different densities are achieved.


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