Edward’s experience as an architect project manager cuts across architectural practice, education, programme delivery and corporate facilities strategy, which bring diverse insights into the evaluation of even the smallest considerations.
He studied architecture at the University of Miami and in the history and theory programme at the Architectural Association, London, and has taught at the Canterbury School of Architecture and at Kingston University. He is a contributor to the book ‘White Papers Black Marks’ the Athlone Press, London, 2000 edited by Lesley Naa Norle Lokko.
He established dcuk in 2009 to work closely with clients on bespoke assignments, after over twenty-five years in architectural, project management and facility strategy roles at several corporate entities, including GlaxoSmithKline and CB Richard Ellis’ global real estate business.
As well as running the practice, Ed is a professional studies adviser and teaches on the Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice in Architecture at the University of Westminster.
He is the chair of Trustees at the Selby Trust, a community development charity based at premises in North Tottenham from where it provides affordable workplace to civil and voluntary organisations and runs socio-economic development programmes to empower individuals and communities.
Ed is a member of the Newlon Housing Trust board Development Committee that meets quarterly to steer the group’s development strategy.