Ewan’s professional experience ranges from the smallest scale domestic works through to multiple site masterplanning and internationally significant institutional buildings. As an architect he spent his formative years working on commercial fit-outs, historic refurbishments, residential projects and student accommodation but his focus at Hawkins\Brown has been designing and delivering large-scale Higher Education, Research and Institutional buildings.
As a designer Ewan has steered many challenging and complex projects from inception through to completion. His calm and considered approach brings order to briefing sessions, project team meetings and public consultations alike. He relishes the challenge of innovative project briefs, difficult and diverse stakeholder groups and heavily constrained sites; one of his strongest skills is his ability to establish with our client ‘critical success factors’ and tenaciously delivering them through briefing, concept design and into delivered architecture.
His knowledge of how buildings are procured, constructed and managed ensures he is able to guide and direct design teams efficiently to produce information that keeps projects on programme and to budget whilst knowing when and where flexibility can be provided.
Alongside his project work, Ewan supports the Stephen Lawrence Building Futures Programme through mentoring and is a school governor for Cherry Garden School, a Hawkins\Brown designed SEN Primary School in Peckham, South East London.
When not in the studio you will most likely find Ewan outdoors, cycling, running or training for a variety of charity challenges.