Liam is an Architect who has been working at East for the last two and half years. He studied at Kingston University and London Metropolitan University graduating with distinction.
Since joining East in 2019 Liam has worked on a range of projects from a small community hall for Hackney Council right through to projects with multiple buildings set within a public realm and landscape design. He has a keen interest in council housing and community buildings and enjoys understanding the reality of what makes a truly valuable space for a specific community. His work on the Frampton Park Estate project integrates three separate residential buildings delivering sixty-nine new residential units into the existing Housing Estate in a materially considerate and spatially engaging way. He has collaborated closely with the client and technical design team, Corbett and Tasker, Wilson and Partners and Stace to bring this project up to planning and to develop a detailed set of tender drawings for Hackney Council.
In addition to this Liam has worked on larger public realm projects for TFL alongside HOK architects for a proposal on Bollo Lane which aims to bring a strip of land next to a railway line into residential use with pocket parks along its length interspersed with podiums and a raised arched walkway. The public realm masterplan is spatially complex but links the buildings together into a coherent linear route along a pedestrian led pathway from north to south.
Prior to joining East Liam worked at Mole Architects in Cambridgeshire and Buckley Gray Yeoman Architects in London.