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Neil Jarvis is a qualified Architect. He has a broad range of professional experience in the residential, arts, education and workplace sectors ranging from one off house refurbishments through to large mixed use developments. He has been involved in many highly detailed and technically challenging projects and has managed several projects from concept design through to completion on site.

Neil's design philosophy is driven by the desire to create beautiful, practical and sensitive architecture which delivers long term benefits to the client, the public and the environment. He gives attention to detail and enjoys working collaboratively with end users, stakeholders, consultants, suppliers and builders. 

He is an advocate for sustainable urban design and ecological construction. He has travelled extensively throughout Europe, Asia, North America & South America and takes inspiration from foreign cultures, vernacular architecture and the natural environment. He trained at The Barlett School of Architecture (UCL), The University of Edinburgh and Leeds Metropolitan University. He was the recipient of the Ross Jamieson  Prize: Best Performance RIBA Part 3 Bartlett 2007, and the Ibstock Brick Prize: Best Performance RIBA Part 1 LMU, 2001.

  Ferris Road
St Peters House  Viridio Cambridge  Dover Court    Parabola Arts Centre  Foster Wilson Studio  Tectonics In Borderland  Crawford Road    Acharacle School  Kings Hall Road  Holy Trinity School  Claverton Street    Norwich Theatre Royal  Groundwork Wildlife Trust HQ  Victory Sure Start Centre  Oak Tree Residence  Winchcombe School  The Rainbow School  Capral Cafe & Gym  
Oakhurst Grove  South Bridge Edinburgh  Rome Urban Design Institute