Mark has over 18 years experience working in Architectural Practice and became a director of Architype in 2015.
Mark has excellent management and motivational skills and is highly accomplished at consolidating and interpreting ideas and briefs into cognitive and innovative design solutions.
Mark has been responsible for delivering a number of high profile projects for Architype over recent years including Herefordshire’s Archive and Records Centre (HARC) - UK's first Passivhaus Archive/Repository building, the redevelopment of St Michael’s Hospice and Bridgecroft, Kingstone – a 150 residential unit and mixed-use Passivhaus rural development.
Mark studied at Birmingham School of Architecture and gained a BA Honours degree, a postgraduate diploma in Architecture and a postgraduate diploma in Architectural Practice.
Mark is a visiting tutor for the postgraduate architectural course at Birmingham City University and is passionate about teaching integrated design to students entering the profession. Mark is a regular speaker and panelist at events across the UK including UK Passivhaus Conference, Design Commission for Wales and Ecobuild.