Yuchen PanPart II Architectural Assistant
Pierre JerdakPart II Architectural Assistant
Jason SimPart II Architectural Assistant
Will Armstrong Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Will is a Part 2 Architectural Assistant. He completed his architectural training at the Bartlett School of Architecture at the UCL in London. Will is currently part of the team working 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 part of the team working on designs for a new digital hub, teaching spaces, accommodation, and fourth quad for Jesus College in Oxford. Will has previously worked on the Fairfield project in Croydon, a masterplan for a new cultural quarter in the town centre. Will also contributes to the coordination of the office’s CPD programme. 

Huseyin BulbulPart 2 Architectural Assistant
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.

Ryan Middleton Architectural Assistant

Ryan has worked a MICA for over three 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. Ryan is also part of the design team for a new mixed-use residential building in Croydon which is currently at RIBA stage 2.

Jacob Spence Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Jacob is an experienced Architectural Assistant with Part 3 Qualification, working in historic city-centre locations and sensitive contexts on a variety of regeneration, mixed use, masterplan, cultural, and educational projects. He trained in architecture and urban design at the University of Oregon in Portland, in Texas, and most recently at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London.

He is currently managing the rejuvenation of Hay Castle in Wales which will see the Scheduled Monument and Grade I Listed Building assembly rescued through conservation work and introduction of contemporary, high quality flexible spaces for exhibition, event, café and educational use. Jacob is also working on a new social housing development in Waltham Forest London.

Jacob has previously worked on a variety of successful local and international competitions, and large projects including Northgate for Jesus College Oxford, the Fair Field masterplan in Croydon and adjacent work including to Fairfield Halls, RISE Gallery, the Public Realm and Croydon College; Ipswich Arts & Museum Campus, TfL Crossrail 2 Masterplanning, and Centre Point London.

Committed to addressing inequalities in the profession and within the office, Jacob continues to work with Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, RIBA Mentoring, Social Mobility Forum and work experience students. He is also helping to shape the future of MICA through strategic business development groups, and led an office refurbishment to provide a more equal and generous provision of staff workstations.


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