Before joining Bennetts Associates in 2006, Edward studied and worked in Belgium, the Netherlands and France. He trained as a structural engineer and architect, acquiring design skills which embrace multi-disciplinary working. Ed has worked on a number of exciting projects at Bennetts Associates, developing design ideas and concepts within project and competition teams. Projects include the highly sustainable Hampshire County Council headquarters, Crossrail surface stations in West London and the development of an exemplar headquarters office building in the Green Belt outside London. He was the project architect for the conversion of historic buildings forming the Midland Goods Shed and Handyside Canopies in King’s Cross, and led the brief-setting exercise and the design development of the Guardian’s new civic space. Ed is now leading the design of a new sports hall on site Q2 in King’s Cross.