James joined the practice in 2007 and became an associate in 2014. He has worked on a variety of innovative projects such as the low-energy remodelling of Hampshire County Council’s offices in Winchester and competition proposals for commercial and mixed-use developments, including a new visitor centre at Stonehenge and high-rise commercial office developments in central London.
Recent projects include the construction and fit-out of 5 Pancras Square, a highly sustainable new administrative and leisure facility for the London Borough of Camden in King’s Cross and a commercial office building at Airport City, Manchester. He is currently project architect for the new Student Services Centre at Cambridge University. In past employment, James was centrally involved in redevelopment proposals for King’s Cross station and the restoration of James Stirling’s History Faculty Library at the University of Cambridge.
James was nominated as one of 2015’s rising stars of sustainability featured in Building magazine.