Tim leads projects that involve the historic environment, encompassing creative adaptation and design of new buildings in an historical context.
He spent four years working with Japanese designers in Tokyo. He has since been responsible for the award-winning refurbishment of the Royal Opera House and commissions for the British Museum and King’s College London.
Whilst the reuse of existing buildings is inherently sustainable, our attitudes towards the built environment and historic buildings in particular will need to change if we are to become more environmentally, socially and economically sustainable.
A complete upgrade of the existing museum to create physical and intellectually accessible environments together with the provision of new visitor facilities.
Complete refurbishment of the Central Saloon and galleries 37-40, including new roofs and the incorporation of highly sophisticated services.
A challenging upgrade of the 150 year old Garrick Club to improve the existing library, billiard room and function rooms together with the creation of new private dining, bedroom and support facilities.
This is the first phase of a refurbishment programme and includes new seating, improved sight lines, better ventilation and improved facilities for the disabled.
Redeveloping a world-class performance space. This was the first complete refit for the Royal Albert Hall since 1871.
The focal point of the Strand Campus, the King’s Building, accommodating over 3000 students and staff, suffered from chronic congestion and sub standard facilities.