Registered Architect, BA(hons), PG DipArch(Dis), RIBA
Tamsin is Co-Director of the practice and is one of 25 industry leaders who sit at the round table of the “Leaders Council” to discuss planning reform. She is a Woman in Construction Ambassador’ and an Architecture Mentor’. She is a qualified architect with a passion for “The Limbic of Architecture” and a winner of the Oxford School of Architecture prestigious thesis prize.
Tamsin’s expertise allows her to lead from the front in design and delivery of projects. She has worked on a variety of projects including; The Triton Building, a significant urban mixed use scheme as the final part of a Terry Farrell master plan for the North East Quadrant at Regent’s Place, Euston. Atlas House, a notable Grade II listed building located in the heart of the City of London. Green Park, Business Park including three office buildings with 140,000 sqft of net office space, as well as a leisure, health & fitness building, a restaurant and a children’s day nursery. The latter project received the Civic Trust Award. Her award-winning one-off house designs are significant for their timeless classic contemporary aesthetics.
Tamsin has represented Great Britain in the sport of rowing and is now chair of Taurus Boat Club. Alongside supporting her children’s’ schools parent teacher associations as vice-chair she has won the Surrey FA league 5-a-side football trophy.
Tamsin is a well-being and sustainability advocate with a desire to improve the built environment starting today, to improve tomorrow’s world.
Tamsin is proud to be a Women In Construction Ambassador – read more here