Cameron is an Architectural Technician and works with the Chartered Surveyors to provide architectural services to our clients. He is currently working towards gaining his CIAT Membership and the subsequent title of Architectural Technologist. Having previously worked in a measurement specialising surveying firm Cameron has an expert grasp of how buildings work. Following his injury related retirement from rugby Cameron likes to keep fit in the gym whilst avidly following Liverpool FC.
The Brief Our clients had recently bought a mid-terrace 19th Century 4 bedroom 4 storey property in SW6 London. They had picked the property on the basis that is had great potential for development, highlighting their desire to re-develop the existing rear addition and explore the idea of splitting the property into 2 x 2 ... Read More >>
Working as an Architectural Technologist for one of London’s busiest firms of Chartered Surveyors gives me the unique advantage of being surrounded by party wall specialists every day. More importantly, it has allowed me to gain a good understanding of party wall procedures and factor them in to my design projects at an ... Read More >>
If we were to simplify buildings down to their very core elements it could be said that they contain only 3 different parts; walls, floors and roofs. Again, I stress this is a very simplified outlook but a lot of the time it's these three elements that are often overlooked in design schemes as they are deemed ‘too boring’ ... Read More >>