Reggie joined the practice in 2012, after completing his Part I degree at Nottingham University. Since then, Reggie has been project lead on a variety of new-build and refurbishment schemes, including Marble Arch Listed Townhouse and the 2019 RIBA award-winning Pre-fabricated Islington Courtyard House. He completed his training at London Metropolitan University and UCL, while working part-time at the practice, and became a qualified architect in 2018.
Natalia completed her degree and Masters at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. She joined the practice in 2014, qualifying as an architect the following year. She has overseen the refurbishment of several Grade 1 & 2 listed properties in and around Regent’s Park. Previously, Natalia worked at Pascall + Watson Architects where she obtained a wide range of experience in large scale education projects and aviation.
Oscar returned to the practice in 2017 after completing his degree and Masters at the Welsh School of Architecture. Since then, Oscar has worked on a variety of refurbishment schemes and has been project lead on two of the practices new-build houses, including a zero-carbon, pre-fabricated home in Newcastle.
Omer joined the practice in 2016 after completing his Part I degree at Kingston University. Since then, Omer has been project lead on a variety of refurbishment schemes, including Grand Highgate House and Winchester Orthodontic Clinic. He completed his Part II training at London Metropolitan University while working part-time at the practice.
Weronika joined the practice in March 2019 after completing her Part I at Kingston University. She has been involved in the detail design of a pre-fabricated residential project in Newcastle, along with a number of the studio’s projects at various development stages.
Rupert returned to the practice this year after completing his final year of MArch (RIBA Part II) at the University of Westminster. Prior to this, he studied within the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at Bath University. He has assisted with a variety of residential projects from work stages concept design to construction and has a particular interest in digital fabrication.
Louis is the newest member to the team, joining the practice in January 2021 after completing his Part 1 degree at RUL. He has been involved and assisting in a number of the studios projects in various development stages.
Sophie rejoined the practice in March 2021 after previously working here in 2014-2015. She undertook her Part 1 degree at the University of Cambridge and completed her training at the Royal College of Art and UCL. Previously to rejoining MCMa, Sophie worked at Darling Associates Architects where she was project lead on various new build and refurbishment residential schemes. She was also involved in a range of other schemes including education and commercial sector projects.