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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 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. He has led our design entries to several recent housing design competitions, including the Uhingen Housing competition, Bristol Housing competition, Housing for a better world competition and Camden Highline competition in our collaboration with RIBAJ 'Rising Stars' practice McCloy + Muchemwa.

Patrick has worked on various mixed-use design and delivery schemes, including several high-profile projects in the studio. He was part of the design team to secure planning approval for Phase 5 of the acclaimed Kidbrooke Village masterplan, and was instrumental in the delivery of the new-build elements, façade retention, old meeting new, and the refurbishment of the existing post office on Upper Street of Islington Square, the major mixed-use scheme in Angel, London and winner of a 2021 New London Architecture Award for its successful integration of uses.

He was one of ten winners of the Mayor of London and NLA’s New London Housing Ideas competition with his submission ‘The Urban Darning Project’ concept, which 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. Patrick is also the author of 'The Third Man' series published in the Architects' Journal Culture pages.

Patrick 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. He is a Design Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

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 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. He has led our design entries to several recent housing design competitions, including the Uhingen Housing competition, Bristol Housing competition, Housing for a better world competition and Camden Highline competition in our collaboration with RIBAJ 'Rising Stars' practice McCloy + Muchemwa.

Patrick has worked on various mixed-use design and delivery schemes, including several high-profile projects in the studio. He was part of the design team to secure planning approval for Phase 5 of the acclaimed Kidbrooke Village masterplan, and was instrumental in the delivery of the new-build elements, façade retention, old meeting new, and the refurbishment of the existing post office on Upper Street of Islington Square, the major mixed-use scheme in Angel, London and winner of a 2021 New London Architecture Award for its successful integration of uses.

He was one of ten winners of the Mayor of London and NLA’s New London Housing Ideas competition with his submission ‘The Urban Darning Project’ concept, which 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. Patrick is also the author of 'The Third Man' series published in the Architects' Journal Culture pages.

Patrick 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. He is a Design Lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London.

 

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