Richard Hywel Evans

 
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Richard studied at the Architectural Association, London from which he graduated in 1986. Having Graduated with Honours he left the UK to work with the leading Architects of Australia including RAIA Gold Medal winners Philip Cox and Daryl Jackson. During his time there he was closely involved in the design of the Sydney Aquarium, the Sydney Aquatics Centre, The Bond University and a new high profile Headquarters for a Japanese Corporation in Darling Harbour.



On his return to London he spent a two year period with Richard Horden Associates as part of the Team which won the ‘Grand Buildings Competition’ and the ‘Epsom QE2 Grandstand’. He became the co-founder and sole European Director of ‘Daryl Jackson International Ltd.’ In his capacity as both Company and Design Director he worked on a wide range of successful building projects and types throughout the world.



He has enjoyed a high level of success with both Open and Limited Design Competitions and has achieved over 50 Prize-winning schemes and Awards. He has researched and written extensively on the use of materials in aggressive environments (a glossary of his findings was published by the ‘RIBA Journal’) and lectured to an International audience including giving the key note address at the Congress di Bologna, and has been responsible for a wide variety of projects from inception to completion.



He has also lectured, written and been interviewed for numerous magazines and newspapers including ‘The Times’, ‘The Guardian’, ‘The Financial Times’ and ‘The Independent’ and has featured widely in Television programmes including; ‘Happy Architecture’ BBC4, ‘Buildings of the Future’ Channel 5 and ‘Future Buildings’ CNN.

Dickon Hayward

 
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Dickon initially studied History at Edinburgh University following which he moved to Manchester and Graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Architecture. He then moved to London and studied at the Royal College of Art attaining an MA.



Since joining ‘Studio RHE’ in 2000 his work has included a variety of successful high profile projects for City Lofts, Berkeley Homes, City Living, Harbour Land, and Porto Montenegro as Design Director of the Lido project which he completed in the summer of 2011.



Dickon has specialist knowledge and skills relating to the design and co-ordination of complicated and accelerated building construction Projects. Having also managed International sites, he has developed designs and managed sites for Hotel projects in the UK, Caribbean and the Indian Ocean. He therefore understands not only the design of Hotels but also the wider issues of management and commercial success.

Tom Foster

 
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Tom graduated with a BA Honours Degree from Nottingham University and then moved to the Bartlett University College London gaining a Diploma of Architecture.



Tom has been a visiting Technical Tutor at the Bartlett and has a wide experience of design and detail CAD based work over a variety of projects and Clients including Huvafenfushi, Per Aquum, Harbour Land, Cannons, Selfridges, Virgin Atlantic and Prickly Bay.



Tom has been with the Practice since 2002 and managed the design and production of the Prickly Bay Waterside development, and is now nearing completion of the Zil Pasyon Island Resort in the Seychelles, a low-carbon development with which he has been involved since Feasibility stage.



Tom’s skill in designing unique but affordable buildings and spaces is hugely valued by his loyal Client base, and he leads the debate regarding the aesthetic and design principles utilised for each project.