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Patrick Massey
Associate

BSc | MArch | PGDip | RIBA

Patrick has a leading role in the practice's response to open design competitions and relevant opportunities to collaborate with a small practices, an aspiration which aligns with CZWG's commitment to work with architects whose ideas and perspectives are drawn from different work and life experiences to our own. In 2020 Patrick worked closely with two of the Architects' Journal 40 under 40 practices, Mcloy + Muchemwa and PUP to respond to open competitions and the teams are looking for further opportunities to work together.

Patrick was a key member of CZWG's design team to successfully secure planning approval for Phase 5 of Berkeley's Homes acclaimed Meridian Gate masterplan, Kidbrooke Village, Greenwich and subsequently worked as a project architect on the delivery of Islington Square, an extensive mixed-use development in central Islington.

Patrick is interested in new ways to deliver architecturally interesting social housing. Patrick's ‘Urban Darning Project’ concept, one of the 10 winners of the NLA’s New London Housing Ideas competition, questioned how changes to planning policy, funding and attitudes to site ownership could give rise to a culture of developing small infill sites into high quality buildings and homes. The idea was presented to the GLA planning and development departments and presented at ECOBuild.

He recently published the first of his 'The Third Man' series in the Architects' Journal Culture pages. He studied architecture at Bath University before gaining his qualifications with Distinction at the University of Westminster, notably winning the Shoaib Rawat Prize for best portfolio.

Patrick Massey
Associate

BSc | MArch | PGDip | RIBA

 

Patrick has a leading role in the practice's response to open design competitions and relevant opportunities to collaborate with a small practices, an aspiration which aligns with CZWG's commitment to work with architects whose ideas and perspectives are drawn from different work and life experiences to our own. In 2020 Patrick worked closely with two of the Architects' Journal 40 under 40 practices, Mcloy + Muchemwa and PUP to respond to open competitions and the teams are looking for further opportunities to work together.

Patrick was a key member of CZWG's design team to successfully secure planning approval for Phase 5 of Berkeley's Homes acclaimed Meridian Gate masterplan, Kidbrooke Village, Greenwich and subsequently worked as a project architect on the delivery of Islington Square, an extensive mixed-use development in central Islington.

Patrick is interested in new ways to deliver architecturally interesting social housing. Patrick's ‘Urban Darning Project’ concept, one of the 10 winners of the NLA’s New London Housing Ideas competition, questioned how changes to planning policy, funding and attitudes to site ownership could give rise to a culture of developing small infill sites into high quality buildings and homes. The idea was presented to the GLA planning and development departments and presented at ECOBuild.

He recently published the first of his 'The Third Man' series in the Architects' Journal Culture pages. He studied architecture at Bath University before gaining his qualifications with Distinction at the University of Westminster, notably winning the Shoaib Rawat Prize for best portfolio.

 

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