Alex joined Hawkins/Brown as a Part II architectural assistant after graduating with a distinction from Manchester School of Architecture.
Alex has an enterprising and optimistic approach to design and is fascinated by how emerging technologies can be utilised to create better urban experiences. Alex believes in evidence-based design and has co-authored a published data-driven study into the spatial and infrastructural performance of Cornwall, UK.
He has been shortlisted in international design competitions and for the Manchester Society of Architect’s Future Architect of the Year award.
In his spare time Alex plays hockey and looks at pictures of dogs on the internet.