George Gunn

Architectural Assistant

George completed his studies at the University of Nottingham in 2021.

During his undergraduate studies George’s unit focused on urban regeneration of ‘forgotten highstreets’,  his thesis presenting a new mixed use quarter to Nottingham city centre with a focus on urban retirement through multigeneration housing.  Pulling from the principles of 20th century urbanism to test contemporary arrangements, there is often a governance to the public realm throughout his work,  leading to its inclusion in a series of exhibitions outlining regeneration in Nottingham City Centre.

With experience across a range of scales, from single private houses, creative re-use sites, and  new build flatted schemes, George gained a broad knowledge of UK planning and building regulations prior to joining the team at Jo Cowen. His previous work includes a series of three bespoke homes set within an ancient woodland, conversion of an industrial site to live/work units, and a new build replacement dwelling in a conservation area.

Since joining Jo Cowen Architects George has worked on the design and concept delivery of bid proposals for large scale schemes, as well as a number of mixed use residential projects between stages 1 and 3.

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