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.