Nick joined BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2013 and was made an Associate in 2015. He is currently leading teams on a number of projects, including the £16m art gallery-led redevelopment of a Grade-II listed terrace in South Kensington, a Performing Arts Building for Channing School and the £25m redevelopment of 77 Coleman Street within the City of London.
Nick has considerable experience combining sensitive new-build elements within wider conservation works to heritage buildings. He has particular experience working with listed buildings and is a fully accredited member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC).
Prior to joining BuckleyGrayYeoman, Nick worked at Panter Hudspith Architects for 11 years, where he was involved in a wide-range of award-winning schemes at all stages and sectors. Nick led schemes for a new £20m, 60,000 sq ft landmark Class-A office building in the Friar Gate Conservation Area together with the award-winning Cellarium Café within the 11th Century fabric of the Westminster Abbey World Heritage Site.
Nick graduated with Distinction from The University of Cambridge in 2002 and was commended for the RIBA President’s Silver Medal Awards.
Panter Hudspith Architects
Russell Glover Architect (USA)
PGDip Architectural Professional Practice
Diploma in Architecture
MA (Cantab) in Architecture