Date joined: 2007
Honours: BEDA MArch Dip-Ing Arch
Key Projects: 12 New Fetter Lane, London; Shepherds Bush Pavilion Hotel, London; Al Fateh University Central Library, Tripoli; Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Cardiff; Diplomatic Club, Tripoli; Greenwich Peninsula Quays, London
Jason received his Masters of Architecture degree from Columbia University in New York City in 2000 while studying under Steven Holl and Bernard Tschumi. Since 2007, he has worked for Flanagan Lawrence and was made Associate Director in 2014.
Working on a wide range of projects, Jason has been a key team leader for the Al Fateh University central library, competition-winning masterplans for Port Solent in Portsmouth, Diplomatic Club in Tripoli, Millendreath Resort in Cornwall and Curzon Park in Birmingham.
Jason was the project architect for the recently completed Shepherd’s Bush Pavilion Hotel, a 4-star, 317 room hotel contained within a Grade II listed facade in Shepherds Bush, London. In 2011, he also completed the RIBA award winning Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama performing arts centre containing a concert hall, theatre, gallery space and café.
Jason is currently the project architect for the New Fetter Lane office building, a 15-storey innovative office building in the City of London which will be completed this year. Designed to engage with its dramatic townscape context, the building has a stepped profile with green roofs and terraces. The highly articulated façade will create a new landmark in the London skyline.
Before working at Flanagan Lawrence, Jason spent eight years working at Barkow Leibinger Architekten in Berlin, Germany. He was the design architect of the widely-published Campus Restaurant and Exhibition Space for Trumpf GmbH & Co. in Stuttgart, Germany. The project won numerous international prizes including the Best Building of the Year Award 2009 from the German Architecture Museum in Frankfurt and American Institute of Architect’s award in 2010. The scheme has been exhibited in Berlin, Frankfurt, Oslo and London.