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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

Jonathan joined MICA 2016, during which time he has worked on a variety of projects across a range of scales from a masterplan and 25-year investment framework for Lancaster City Centre, to a grade II house renovation in Belgravia. He is currently part of the team detailing designs for the delivery of a new digital hub, teaching spaces, accommodation, and fourth quad for Jesus College in central Oxford.

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.


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