William Paul Architecture was set up in 2012 to pursue Architecture, Interiors and Urban Design work across several scales and for a variety of clients. The Practice believes in a model of design that seeks to involve numerous collaborators and disciplines to contribute to a shared goal. Through constant questioning, experimentation, innovation and collaboration we gain joy from creating great buildings, spaces, and places. Our studio produces positive results through careful attention to the brief and close collaboration with the client, end-users and the professional team.
Our architectural design process is rigorous, involving a range of media types specific to the requirements of the project. We work with a range of specialists and consultants, appropriate to each individual project in order to enrich the process of design and planning, through a multidisciplinary approach. We are experienced in coordination of the consultant teams In our role as lead designer.
Will graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Architectural Design and Management and subsequently completed his studies at the prestigious Architectural Association. He gained numerous awards during his time in academia, including the RIBA Hadrian Award and the Holloway Trust Prize. After working for a number of international Architectural Practices in London and Newcastle upon-Tyne, Will founded WP Architecture in 2012.
Wills professional experience includes a number of large scale mixed use, residential, retail and commercial schemes in the UK and abroad, for clients including ETA Star, Land Securities and Bellway Homes. His experience in professional practice includes a number of large scale residential led projects including a landmark 150,000 sqm mixed use scheme in Bangalore, India, and a 774 dwelling regeneration project on the banks of the River Tyne in Newcastle. His interest in residential development across a broad spectrum also led to a research trip to India to study low-cost Housing with Habitat for Humanity in 2007. Will is a registered Architect with the ARB in the UK.