People

William Burges / Director BA(Hons)/DipArch/RIBA

Will studied architecture at the University of Brighton and became a RIBA Chartered Architect in 2001. Prior to forming 31/44 Architects in 2010, he gained professional experience working as Associate Director at Proctor & Matthews Architects. Will leads on the design of all projects and oversees the general management of the practice. He has been a guest critic and lecturer at a number of Architecture schools in the UK and currently runs an undergraduate design studio at Kingston School of Art, London.

Stephen Davies / Director BA(Hons)/DipArch/RIBA

Stephen studied architecture at the University of Liverpool and the University of Manchester, qualifying in 2003. Before joining 31/44 in 2012, he worked at Richard Drinkwater Architects in Manchester and Proctor & Matthews Architects in London, where he was an Associate. Stephen manages the detailed design and delivery of all projects. He has lectured at numerous Architecture schools in the UK, teaching at both degree and post-graduate level, and acting as a Professional Practice examiner.

Kate Nicklin / Associate BSc(Hons)/MArch/DipArch/ARB

Kate studied at Cardiff University and London Metropolitan University, graduating in 2014. Before joining 31/44, Kate worked at Bennetts Associates, Dow Jones and Simon Conder Associates. She has been project architect on a number of projects in the studio, including the award-winning Red House. Kate also teaches an undergraduate architecture studio with Will Burges at Kingston School of Art and Architecture.

Tobias Jewson / Associate BSc(Hons)/AA Dipl./ARB

Tobias studied at KTH Stockholm and the Architectural Association, graduating in 2013. Before joining 31/44, Tobias worked at OMA, Foreign Office Architects and PLP Architecture, gaining experience on a number of cultural projects. Tobias is currently heavily involved in The Bell Foundry as lead project architect.

Current Team
Katie Bartlett, Jamie Flynn, Floriane Gonsalves, Jai Heming, Rosy Jones & Bram van Roey.