Will Armstrong Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Will is experienced at working in sensitive locations on a variety of regeneration, housing, mixed used, cultural and educational projects. He has over 10 years of experience working at MICA Architects, having completed his architectural training at the Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL in London.

Will is experienced at working in sensitive heritage locations, delivering elegant and efficient buildings that deliver critical new facilities whether they be social housing or education spaces.

Will was a key part of the team that recently completed the restoration of the Great Hall & Library and new build education and library facilities for the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn in London, which won a RIBA London Award 2021 and AJ Retrofit Awards, Listed Building £10m and over category.

Working with the team from feasibility through to completion. Will was part of the competition winning team working on designs for the redevelopment of InterCity Place for the University of
Plymouth, and a new digital hub, teaching spaces, accommodation, and fourth quad for Jesus College in Oxford. Will has worked on a number of housing led schemes, working with London Borough of Barnet on a series sites across the borough, and Ashford City Council on developing 200+ homes on a key city centre site and recently a sustainable redevelopment of the Harpenden Public Halls site in St Albans, which carefully balances social, heritage and viability requirements on a constrained and sensitive site.

Will has previously worked on various projects including, the Woodland Quad Boarding House, Wellington College, The Brewhouse Theatre and Art Centre, the Fairfield cultural quarter Masterplan in Croydon, the Peabody Essex Museum. Will has also helped to lead the coordination of the office’s Continuing Professional Development programme, providing support and mentoring to the emerging architects at MICA, while also supporting experienced architects in fulfilling their education requirements.

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David Jones Senior Architectural Technician

David is an experienced architectural technician who has worked on numerous projects including the 16,000 sqm extension for the Peabody Essex Museum in Massachusetts in the USA, Centre Point redevelopment, and the New Library at The Queen's College, Oxford. David was also key to the design and delivery of a new Bike Shelter for Keble College in Oxford. David is currently delivering a major new facility at Keble College - H B Allen Centre which provides new student accommodation, and education facilities, all centred around a new sixth quad for Oxford.


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