We have experience in a wide range of building projects from interesting small scale domestic projects, to gallery exhibitions, to large commercial developments. Working closely with a client, we are committed to providing a comprehensive service that fulfils the potential of a project brief.
Michael Gollings was born in the north-east of England and educated at Kingston University.
Prior to establishing his own practice Michael was an associate at Lynch Architects (Young Architects of the Year 2005/6). During this time he was the project architect for a number of schemes for Land Securities as part of a £2 billion master plan. After leaving Lynch Architects, Michael continued to provide a consultancy service to Lynch Architects and Land Securities.
Michael also worked for Jamie Fobert Architects and was the project architect for The Urban Retreat in Harrods. He previously spent several years working for an architect/ developer company where he gained significant knowledge of the planning process and development in general. During this time he worked on a number of mixed use housing association projects and private ‘one off’ houses.
Michael has taught and run an architecture studio at Kingston University and been a visiting critic at various London schools. He sits on the London Borough of Harrow’s Conservation Area Advisory Committee as the elected representative of the Harrow Hill Trust.