George Woodrow CV

REGISTRATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS

 

Architects Registration Board

NO. 079779K

Royal Institute of British Architects 

CHARTERED MEMBER

Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland

 CHARTERED MEMBER

Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings

MEMBER

PRACTICE

 

2014 - present

WOODROW ARCHITECTS, LONDON

CHURCH ARCHITECT, ST.BARNABAS SW1

 

2011 - 2014 

HOPKINS ARCHITECTS, LONDON

 

2008

GRIMSHAW ARCHITECTS, MELBOURNE

 

2007 

FORMATION ARCHITECTS, LONDON

 

 

ACADEMIA

 

2012

University of Westminster (RIBA Part III)

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

 

2008 - 2010

Architectural Association School of Architecture (RIBA Part II)

AA DIPLOMA IN ARCHITECTURE

 

2003 - 2007

University of Edinburgh (RIBA Part I)

MA (HONS) ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, FIRST CLASS

Winner of ‘The Lighthouse Award’ for Part I work in Scotland

 

About the Studio

Woodrow Architects was founded in 2014 (Registered as a Ltd company in England and Wales in 2015) by George Woodrow, an RIBA & RIAS Chartered Architect with a diverse background in practice, having worked in a variety of project sectors for practices both large and small.

 

Experience with leading architectural practices include those of Sir Nicholas Grimshaw as well as Sir Michael Hopkins, where George qualified whilst working on the detailed design and construction of the flagship Brent Civic Centre in Wembley, pictured below. Whilst at Hopkins he also gained valuable skills working on planning permissions for projects located on historical and environmentally sensitive sites.

 

The studio offers full Architectural Services from Feasibility and Concept, through Planning and Detailed Design, to Tendering and on site Contract Administration. Since forming the studio has completed projects that include alterations to a Grade II Listed barn in East Sussex, the renovations of properties in Victoria, Ravenscourt Park, Shepherds Bush and the extensions of properties in Queens Park, Ealing & Wimbledon.

 

Current Projects include the restoration of a Listed coach house on the West Coast of Scotland, a new farmers house in the Cotswolds and work to private properties in Islington, Kensington, Richmond & Brockley.

 

The studios approach is both innovative and contextual seeking to provide clients with modern, yet sensitive, design solutions no matter the complexities of their site, spatial and functional requirements.

Brent Civic Centre,
London, HA9


Project undertaken whilst an Architect at 

Hopkins Architects LLP 2011-2014

www.hopkins.co.uk

 

Scope of Work

George led the exposed Structural Steelwork and Architectural Metalwork packages and worked on many other aspects and coordination of the job throughout its 2 years on site.