Noam has 25 years’ experience in the design of health, social care, and education facilities. He has worked on the majority of our recent masterplans and research projects, and managed user group consultation, design and documentation of many of our recent projects.
He has considerable experience in supporting clients at all project stages from site appraisal, project visioning, brief development and masterplanning, to design, documentation, procurement and construction.
He has been responsible for the delivery of number of high profile built projects including Jacaranda Place which won the award for best mental health project at the International Academy for Design and Health awards in 2020, and the Crawley Library and Social Services Building which won a national RIBA award in 2010. He has a passion for developing high quality environments which support excellence and innovation using research- based methods and rigorous client engagement to achieve socially and environmentally sustainable projects.
MA (Cantab), Dip. Arch
Architects Registration Board, UK(ARB)
Royal Institute of British Architects, UK (RIBA)