David is an architect with more than 20 years of experience designing for healthcare, sports, higher education and corporate clients. As design lead for NBBJ’s UK practice, he is acutely aware of the importance of clear design communication and strives for distinctive and functional solutions that promote better living and working. David is especially interested in how planning and design can enhance a city’s health and wellbeing. He is the design lead for the new Royal Liverpool University Hospital, which will benefit and support the city’s regeneration, demonstrating how design can impact both a city and its population’s health. Previous clients include the University of Cambridge, GlaxoSmithKline and City University London.
As a born and bred Londoner, he is fascinated by the city’s evolution. With the London office’s recent move to Tech City, David and his team are focused on integrating into their new community to better understand the success and impact of the UK’s rapidly growing tech industry.
Financial Times Future of Construction Summit, From cranes to drones: picturing the building site of the future, May 2017
MIPIM, From sick care to well care: how does rethinking the healthcare industry impact the RE industry? March 2017
MIPIM, A Discussion on the Power of Global Cities, March 2016
London Real Estate Forum, June 2015
IHEEM Healthcare Estates Exhibition Conference, Liverpool: Repairing the Urban Fabric, October 2014
City Age, The Global Metropolis, October 2014