Justin is based in our London studio and leads a talented team of retail and residential designers from the UK, USA, Europe and Asia working primarily on residential developments and shopping centre refurbishments and extensions, both in the UK and internationally.
His projects also include designing unique food destinations and repurposing larger retail anchors.
Having worked in Osaka, Japan and other parts of Asia during the 1990s his design approach is influenced by the restrained use of materials, careful manipulation of space and attention to detail. Completions include the award winning Meadowhall shopping centre refurbishment in Sheffield and Oxford Westgate redevelopment.
Other projects include working with Ingka shopping centre developments in Algarve in Portugal and Wroclaw in Poland as well as completing three Ingka centres in China – Beijing, Wuxi and Wuhan.
Justin is currently working on a large residential development for Berkeley Homes in London, a city centre retail refurbishment for Ingka, The Well shopping centre in Toronto and a number of creative food destinations across the UK and Europe.
He is a fellow of the RSA and member of the CSD and has forged close links with both London Metropolitan and Nottingham Trent universities.
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The UK’s fourth largest shopping centre has been transformed into a contemporary destination comprising 310 shops, 50 restaurants and a multi-screen cinema.
MAR Shopping Algarve is a new retail destination designed for IKEA Centres and featuring an anchor IKEA store, a designer outlet and an outdoor leisure area.
The concept includes IKEA as unique anchor store plus a hypermarket, and further anchor store, international and domestic fashion retailers, substantial restaurant & cafe offers, electronic and sports destinations, cinema and other entertainment venues.
The Well is formed of seven individual towers, all of which are linked by a central retail spine.
A retail and catering destination that fully integrates with the magnificent volume of Brunel's famous station structure.