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Richard Holland is director, co-founder and architect at Holland Harvey Architects. Prior to establishing the practice with Jonathan Harvey in 2012, Richard studied at Sheffield School of Architecture and the University of Westminster, and worked in Toronto at E.R.A. Architects, before moving to London to work as project architect for PTEa and Studio Egret West.
He has extensive experience in a wide variety of architectural and urban design projects, and has also tutored at the University of Sheffield, critiquing post-graduate students during the Technology module of their Masters studies.
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Jonathan founded Holland Harvey alongside Richard Holland in 2012 after setting up ‘Free Architecture’, a social enterprise that facilitates pro bono design to the third sector.
He has worked to develop the practice leading some of Holland Harvey’s most prestigious and innovative projects taking a hands on approach to ensure each and every project is delivered to his exacting standards.
Jonathan is interested in creating soulful and meaningful environments, that deliver all aspects of his client’s briefs. The success of a project is benchmarked by more than just aesthetics, balancing community, social and commercial needs as all part of the project’s fundamental parameters.
He draws on his extensive experience following his roles at Squire and Partners and Michaelis Boyd Associates working on a range of high profile commercial and residential projects.
Alongside running Holland Harvey, Jonathan commits actively to the academic sphere teaching Architecture at the University of the Creative Arts in Canterbury.
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Emma-Jane studied at the University of Liverpool and after graduating worked in London for Barr Gazetas Architects. She worked as an active member of the design team on a variety of projects.
After completing her Masters, she joined Holland Harvey Architects during the summer of 2014 to gain experience and skills in high-end bespoke projects, where there is an important focus on the clients brief. She is actively involved in projects from inception to completion and is expanding her experience running projects on site.
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Josh is a Senior Designer at Holland Harvey Architects. Originally from Melbourne, Australia He moved to the UK at the beginning of 2014. Following the move he has worked across a wide variety of projects and sectors. Initially taking up a position at LAB Architects and specialising in high end residential work in South West London. Since joining Holland Harvey his focus has been on delivering and developing a number of commercial, retail and hotel projects.
Previous to this he completed his MaArch at RMIT university in Melbourne, graduating with Distinction. Following graduation he worked for a local practice prior to packing up his life and travelling through South and Central America before finally landing in London.
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Lianne is an Associate at Holland Harvey Architects. She studied at The Welsh School of Architecture (WSA) and completed her Part 3 studies at The University of Westminster in 2013.
Since completing her Masters at the WSA, Lianne has worked with practices in Wales, Brighton and London and has gained experience across a number of sectors with a focus on the residential sector. Lianne has also worked with Clerkenwell Design Week and Tent London on a number temporary and interactive installations and has acted as an external critic at the WSA.
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Elfira is an Associate at Holland Harvey Architects. Elfira studied at the Liverpool School of Architecture, completed her qualification with RIBA North West, worked in various architectural and urban design practices before moving to Holland Harvey.
She has wide-ranging experience in both architectural and urban design projects, especially in education and residential sector. In her free time, she enjoys yoga and cooking healthy meals.
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Rania obtained her BA in Architecture at Newcastle University before moving to London to pursue her March at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. Since moving to London, she has worked on a variety of projects of different scales including the Tappan – Zee Replacement Bridge as well as a few solo projects and installations.
Before joining Holland Harvey, Rania was part of a winning competition entry for the Welsh government, the construction of which was televised as part of the ‘Cabins in the Wild’ series. She has then proceeded to work on small scale projects concerned with the human inhabitation of space.
She is currently undertaking her professional qualifications at the University of Westminster.
Kelsy studied at the Glasgow School of Art and Oslo School of Architecture and Design. After completing her studies Kelsy travelled to China to gain experience on a range of cultural, retail and hospitality projects working as an architectural assistant in Shanghai. During her three years in China Kelsy also found the time to tutor for Hong Kong Universities summer programme, help lead a free fitness community and take part in a number of trail runs and marathons.
Kelsy Joined Holland Harvey as a Part II Architectural Assistant on her return to the UK in order to develop her career taking projects from concept through to completion with a dynamic team.
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Rachael joined Holland Harvey in March 2017, studied Interior Architecture at the London Met University and has extensive experience as a Studio Manager within the creative industry.
Taking an active interest in Art & Design, as a hobby she produces artwork for some small record labels based in London.
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Sarah joined the studio following the completion of her Part III at the Bartlett. Prior to that Sarah studied at Central St Martins, Kingston and The Cass. With her education rooted in Fine Art Sarah loves painting, drawing and making; using watercolours, pencil and graphite to interrogate spatial and atmospheric qualities. Sarah aims to use these skills in a real world sense, interrogating construction methods and materials to compose beautiful, integrated schemes.
Prior to joining Holland Harvey Sarah worked in a variety of practices in London and Spain gaining experience in residential, commercial, leisure and retail sectors.
Alongside architecture Sarah loves socialising, debating, yoga-ing and true crime.
Olly completed his Masters studies at the University of Liverpool, and spent time studying in America as part of his course.
Since then, he has worked for Architects in Liverpool and London on a mixture of arts, residential and commercial projects, and has returned to Liverpool to take part in student design review panels.
In his spare time Olly enjoys music production and Sunday league football.
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Winnie is a Part II Architectural Assistant, born in Hong Kong and grew up in Cambridge. She studied at Oxford Brookes University and later completed her MArch at the University of Greenwich with a distinction.
Prior to Holland Harvey, she travelled to Tokyo to intern for Shigeru Ban Architects and to explore one of her favourite cities and culture. During her time at SBA, she was involved in large-scale projects such as airports, and paper-tube emergency shelter in response to the Kumamoto earthquake in 2016. Following the internship, she returned to UK to work in London and gained experience in high-end residential projects and restaurant design.
Outside of work, Winnie enjoys model-making, food, and exploring places.
Katerina is a Part II Architectural Assistant, born in Greece. She recently joined Holland Harvey to gain further experience in both retail as well as bespoke residential projects.
Katerina studied at the University of Nottingham, before obtaining her Masters in Architecture degree from The University of the West of England. Prior to her joining Holland Harvey, Katerina worked on a range of projects, temporary installations for London Design Week, permanent installation for educational institutions as well as competitions. Her main focus for the past couple of years has been the development of High End residential and amenities, Premium and Penthouse apartments in West London. She has also had freelancing experience with high end hospitality and retail projects throughout London.
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After graduating from Chelsea College of Art, Dominique joined Holland Harvey in October 2018. At university she specialised in print design and went on to successfully curate her final exhibition featuring ceramic sculptures.
Experience as a temp admin assistant in the creative sector over the last 3 years, shaped her interest into becoming a studio assistant. For Dominique, a position at Holland Harvey means being able to combine both her administrative and creative skills to help create an organised and well informed studio environment. She enjoys planning events for the studio and keeping office aesthetics fun and current.
In her spare time Dominique loves cooking for family and friends and discovering the latest trends in art, design and culture.
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Alice joined Holland Harvey in summer 2018 as an Architect. With ties to the south west, she studied at Plymouth University before continuing to study her masters at London South Bank University.
Since completing her training, Alice has worked as an Architect in London for residential design studios. Alice’s creative and enthusiastic approach has manifested in a range of different projects, from high end residential projects to a one off house for Channel 4’s Ugly House to Lovely House.
Outside of work, Alice enjoys exploring the city and further afield; and has recently returned from travels across South and Central America.
Maria studied at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. After graduating she worked for Ian Moore Architects where she completed her architecture registration and worked for 7 years until relocating to London.
She has worked as project architect on a number of projects ranging from high-end residential projects, larger scale competitions to retail fitouts and enjoys being involved in all stages of each project.
Maria joined Holland Harvey to expand her experience in projects throughout London.
In her spare time you can find Maria wandering the city, visiting galleries or baking.
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Eleni is a Part II Architectural Assistant, born and raised in Athens, Greece. She studied architecture at the University of Patras and recently completed her MArch Urban Design at The Bartlett School of Architecture.
After graduating from the University of Patras and prior to commencing her studies in London, she worked in various architectural practices in Athens, gaining experience in residential, commercial and hospitality projects. Eleni appreciates the dynamic of early conceptual designs as much as fine detailing and finishes.
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Jacob graduated from the Royal College of Art (Hons) in Architectural design. He worked as a freelance maker and architectural designer and was involved in a broad range of projects, from large scale architectural projects to small one-off product and furniture design pieces, before joining Holland Harvey.
His design work is supplemented with architectural teaching and lecturing, specialising in model making, and ongoing academic research exploring the interrelationship of architecture and philosophy, work from which has been exhibited in the Royal Academy Summer exhibition (2018) and by request at the London Building Centre.
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Chloe trained at Sheffield School of Architecture and later with The Free Unit at The Cass in London. Her experience ranges from hammer-in-hand building of self-initiated projects to larger regeneration schemes across London as well as Manchester’s first Free School.
Prior to joining Holland Harvey, Chloe initiated projects in Bulgaria, London, Turkey and Nepal which have included building playgrounds, running arts programmes, establishing apprenticeships and aiding the rehabilitation of communities following mass migration and natural disaster. Most recently she has been invited to join the RIBA Education Development Group assisting with the allocation of funding to a wide range of applicants.
Most of all, Chloe likes building things, eating biscuits and drinking tea.
Originally form Yorkshire, Nick studied his undergraduate at the university of Greenwich, graduating with a first class honours; he was subsequently nominated by the school for the RIBA Bronze Medal. After graduating he worked for a practice in London, and continued to work part time as he studied for his March at the Bartlett school of architecture. He was awarded a distinction from the Bartlett, and joined Holland Harvey shortly after.
Jessica studied for her BSc at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. After gaining experience across multiple fields including architecture, architectural events, art galleries, on-site construction, and environmental sustainable design in both London and Mexico City, she graduated from her MArch at the University of Westminster in 2018.
She has since participated in projects in Florence and London and has a wide range of architectural experience, particularly in Higher Education and Residential projects.
She has a keen interest in making and hand-crafting ceramics and in her free time, plays ultimate frisbee for two London clubs.
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Maud is a French designer based in London. Having studied architecture at the Ecole Special d’Architecture – Paris, she went on to further study and graduate from London’s Architectural Association.
After several years of working as an Architect, Maud returned to her first passion; illustration and storytelling.
Maud brings her multidisciplinary approach to Holland Harvey where she is developing the graphic nomenclature of the company. She is responsible for the preparation of drawings and documents for architectural and design presentation, public exhibitions, and marketing material.
In parallel, she founded MAUD&CO an illustration and fashion brand in 2016, with a timeless, thoughtful and fun approach to design. She finds inspiration in every experience, including journeys, architectural and art form.
June studied at Cambridge University, and following this obtained her MA Architecture at the Royal College of Art. Between her studies, she worked in several London-based practices, gaining a range of experience in cultural, education and heritage projects. June particularly engages with design through making – using craft; a hands-on approach to construction; and the experimentation of material and colour to refine her ideas.
Outside of the studio, June is an illustrator and has been part of Feral Atlas Collective, an interdisciplinary platform exploring the Anthropocene with Aarhus University. The Collective was exhibited in the 16th Istanbul Biennial.
After graduating from Central St. Martins in 2019 with a first class BA (Hons) degree in architecture, Hayden joined Holland Harvey as a Part 1 Architectural Assistant. Alongside his Study, Hayden founded a design practice. Using carpentry passed on from his grandfather, he completed bespoke interior design projects in both commercial and domestic settings.
Hayden is passionate about making and enjoys exploring new materials and their application in design. After work, he enjoys cooking, cycling, and looking after his asparagus fern, Derek.
George joined Holland Harvey Architects having studied his master’s in architecture at The Bartlett, UCL. During which time he also worked as a freelance designer on various projects from their beginning to completion, one of the most notable being an extension in Dulwich.
George has previously worked with various small design-led architectural practices in London, working on an eclectic mix of projects from town planning to furniture design.
He has a keen interest in making and working with craftspeople, in particular, engaging with ceramics and carpentry.