BA Dip Arch RIBA ARB
Jeremy graduated from Plymouth School of Architecture in 1984, and has over 25 years' experience as a Chartered Architect.
From 1984 to 1992 he worked in a number of practices in Hampshire, gaining valuable experience on large and prestigious Commercial projects, including Business Parks and the redevelopment of major brownfield sites in Portsmouth and Southampton.
From 1992, at PWP Architects, he has led multi-disciplinary Design Teams working on multi-million pound fast-track contracts with National Contractors, mainly in the Leisure field. Many of these projects have involved the conversion of, and extensive refurbishment works to, Grade I and II Listed Buildings.
BA (Hons) Dip Arch
Stuart graduated from the University of Portsmouth School of Architecture in 1996. He worked with Robert Adam Architects principally, on a new library for Oxford University, as well as a number of other practices in Hampshire.
Joining PWP Architects in 2000, he has been involved with Commercial developments, Community Architecture, Social and Speculative Housing – as well as private houses. He has gained awards for the conservation of a Grade II Listed coach house and the conversion of a Victorian warehouse into loft apartments.
Stuart became a Director of PWP Architects in 2006.
BA (Hons) Dip Arch RIBA ARB
Shawn graduated from the University of Portsmouth School of Architecture in 1992. From 1994 to 2004 he has worked in a number of practices in Hampshire as an Architect in both private and Local Authority offices and as a Property Consultant for a ‘Blue Chip’ company.
Shawn has experience in a wide range of work sectors which include Industrial, Commercial, Education, Healthcare and Leisure. Shawn joined PWP Architects in 2004 and has led multi-disciplinary Design Teams working on multi-million pound contracts in the Leisure and Health sectors. He has a good technical background with an interest in Project Management, Historic Buildings, Design and Architectural Presentation.
Shawn became a Director of PWP Architects in 2007.