Nick Willson

Architect

Nick studied at The Manchester School of Architecture and then The Bartlett School of Architecture before qualifying as an architect. He worked for Foster and Partners on various projects including Albion Wharf, the Millennium Bridge and the new GLA building. Following this, he worked for Buschow Henley and then MacCormac Jamieson Pritchard on the new BBC building at Portland place.

In 2004, Nick went on to be one the founding directors of the Architecture and Design studio;Bell Travers Willson and has gone on to work on a wide range of projects, including private residential schemes and
commercial projects in London. Recently the Practice has started working on school projects and is currently involved with 3 new school projects. In addition he is involved with the design for a new learning centre and community project in Sierra Leone which is due to start on site in November.

Nick is also involved in the RIBA Young Practitioners panel and a London Development Agency funded research project; The Digital House. This
investigates the use of CNC manufacturing processes from sustainable housing to bespoke joinery and furniture.

Currently he is working on exciting projects using the CNC technology ranging from housing for developers to one off pieces of furniture.