Involved within the design of every project undertaken in the practice, Simon is a specialist in housing design and the education and cultural sectors. He has won several major awards and has had many schemes published in the architectural press. Completed schemes include the refurbishment and extension of Grade II listed Slade School of Fine Art, as well as the Museum of the Mind and Bethlem Gallery in Bromley. Ashburnham 3 in Greenwich – a development of new homes in a heritage setting – won a prestigious Housing Design Award.
With experience in design and delivery of major projects across a variety of sectors, Andrew’s completed projects include: mixed use regeneration projects for major UK house builders and social housing providers, award winning low-energy homes in Hampshire and small scale developments in difficult urban sites. With his experience, Andrew provides a quick and detailed response to support clients during site acquisitions. He also has expertise in the education sector. In particular, primary and secondary schools where he has delivered multi phased new build and refurbishment solutions to constrained sites.
Specialising in communicating the practices ideas in graphic and written form, Phillip ensures knowledge and wide range of ideas are shared throughout the practice. He is responsible for business management at FBM Architects. Phillip is also an active volunteer and has experience as a Non-Executive Director and Trustee of a variety of charities and social enterprises. He is currently Chairman of the Enfield Talking Newspaper, Chair of Governors of a successful primary school and Churchwarden of Christ Church Southgate.
As a leader on the design and delivery of major projects across a variety of sectors, Viviana has overseen the award winning retrofit and refurbishment of the G.E Fogg Building at Queen Mary University of London. Other successful projects include major regeneration projects for St James (Berkley Homes), Peabody, and more recently a regeneration scheme for up to 850 units in Barking. Viviana has particular experience in housing; she has worked in the UK and abroad and holds an MA in Vernacular Architecture from Oxford Brookes University.
With experience in leading large scale projects through all stages of design and delivery, major projects include the urban development of Pembury Circus for Peabody Housing Association. Paul has worked across leisure, retail and office design. He has lectured on space planning and participated as a judge for the Leisure Property Awards.
Leading on major projects including a regeneration scheme in Hackney for A2 Dominion and United House, and the £20m refurbishment of the Cockcroft Building at the University of Brighton; John specialises in design of sustainable, low energy buildings. He uses this knowledge to add value to residential, education and commercial sectors; for both new builds and refurbishments. He is a qualified Passivhaus Designer.
Managing major projects across the practice, John enjoys working at all stages of design and delivery processes from masterplanning to furniture design. He is a graduate of the RCA and projects at FBM Architects include the award winning building for the Museum of the Mind and Bethlem Gallery.