Tom Noonan\

Tom joined Hawkins\Brown having graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, where he was awarded his Masters in Architecture with distinction, and the University of Nottingham where he received a 1st class Honours. His masters thesis project envisaged the re-forestation of the Thames Estuary, transforming the city and its environment, in a future where timber is to become the city’s main building and energy resource.

Alongside his work in professional practice he continues to work on solo and collaborative projects, and has had drawings exhibited throughout the UK, most notably in the Royal Academy of Arts and the V&A Museum, where his portfolio is held in the permanent collections. Tom has given talks at the University of Westminster and has been a visiting critic at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and the Architectural Association.

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