A massive congratulations to Oli and Geoff from jmarchitects Manchester studio who are now a fully qualified Architect! We are really looking forward to watching you both grow as architects.
“Oliver has gained project experience across several projects from Alton Road to Solihull, giving him a solid understanding of what is required through the various RIBA project stages. Oliver’s current project Cow Green Halifax where, by starting to take a lead role he is proving to be a very capable young Architect. He is a pleasure to work with day-to-day, and look forward to seeing him continue to grow and develop.”
“Geoff has gained a wealth of knowledge and experience in several sectors during his time at jmarchitects. With his experiences covering various RIBA Work Stages, Geoff has gained a well-rounded architectural education to date that will stand him in good stead as he progresses through his architectural career. Currently working on Wigan Galleries Masterplan and in particular the Hotel, Geoff has taken a lead role in producing Stage 4 package information. We are delighted that Geoff’s hard work and dedication to his studies have resulted in success. We look forward to seeing him flourish as an Architect moving forward.”
– Mark Whittaker, Senior Architect, jmarchitects
jmarchitects have been revealed as one of four practices shortlisted for ‘Executive Architect of the Year’ at this year’s AJ100 Awards. We were selected for our executive role in the design and delivery of Maggie’s St Bart’s in London alongside Lead Designers Steven Holl Architects.
jmarchitects have been taking part in a collaboration between Denmark and Scotland at this year’s Venice Biennale.
Staff from jmarchitects’ Edinburgh studio have laid down their pens and picked up their baking utensils to bake a wide range of goodies for the Architects Benevolent Society “Bake the World a Better Place” challenge for World Baking Day.