Tom is an architect, educator and Director at DSDHA. His experience covers a range of scales and sectors, from landscape design for the Royal Albert Hall and the British Library to public realm frameworks for the West End, Mayfair, Broadgate and Loughborough Junction, and from residential and commercial schemes in central London through to education projects in Sheffield and Doncaster. 

Since 2011, Tom has taught a design studio in the School of Architecture at the Royal College of Art. He is also a Part 3 examiner at the University of Westminster and was previously a visiting tutor at the Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam, where he taught as part of the founding faculty of an experimental, tuition-free masters programme. 

Together with colleagues from DSDHA, Tom was awarded the 2016 Fellowship in the Built Environment by the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851. He is currently a member of the Ealing Design Review Panel and Chair of the Wandsworth Design Review Panel. Expanding on DSDHA’s research-led agenda, Tom previously guest-edited an issue of AD magazine titled ‘The Business of Research: Learning and Knowledge Redefined in Architectural Practice’.
  1. British Library Extension
  2. Exchange Square
  3. Green Park & Piccadilly Gateway Public Realm
  4. Tottenham Street
  5. Broadgate Public Realm
  6. White Horse Square
  7. Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
  8. Royal Albert Hall Public Realm
  9. West End Public Realm
  10. Waterloo City Square
  11. Loughborough Junction
  12. Shaftesbury Avenue
  13. South Molton Street Building
  14. Corner House
  15. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
  16. Tampere Art Museum
  17. Other Stories: Alternative Perspectives on Design
  18. Monumentimals
  19. York Museums Trust
  20. Link Primary School