Prior to Cove Burgess, Daniel was a director at EPR Architects, focused on commercial, mixed use and residential projects across London and the South East.
Significant recent projects include American Express’ new offices for 3,500 staff in central Brighton, 20 Rathbone Place, a major office refurbishment for Lothbury Investment Management, British Land’s headquarters at Marble Arch and Minerva / Delancey’s Ram Brewery scheme, which will create a new town quarter in the centre of Wandsworth.
Prior to EPR, Daniel worked with Professor Jeremy Gould and with Robin Spence Architects. He also tutors part time at the University of Bath’s undergraduate school.
Prior to Cove Burgess, Timothy ran his own practice, specialising in residential work, in both central London and rural locations.
Timothy’s background includes diverse and complex projects, which include the Harrow College redevelopment and the Welcome Wing of the Science Museum, with MacCormac Jamieson Prichard. He was also responsible for the ssGreat Britain museum and visitor’s centre in Bristol, which won the Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year in 2006, with Alec French Architects.
Timothy is also a Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath, where he works in the Postgraduate school.