Stuart completed his RIBA Part 1 at the University of Lincoln where he learned the importance of light and spatial arrangement in design, a principle which he promotes in all projects. During his final study year he worked at KLH Architects for summer work experience and later gained a permanent position for his year. Remaining with KLH Architects, he returned part time to gain his RIBA Part 2 qualification at London South Bank University and completed his Part 3 with RIBA North-West in 2017 becoming a Chartered Architect.
With 10 years’ experience at KLH Architects, particularly in the initial design and planning stages, Stuart is also competent in both 2D and 3D graphics programmes utilising 3D modelling and rendering to develop and portray proposed designs. He has excellent experience in healthcare projects working on West Suffolk Hospital master plan in 2014/15 and subsequently seeing through several individual projects through all RIBA stages to completion to fulfil the master planning proposals.
Stuart is currently pursuing accreditation in Building Conservation (AABC) with repair, restoration and extension projects to Grade I & II listed buildings and Churches, including undertaking historic building inspections.