Harry has worked very closely with clients, and enjoys building friendly relationships with them whilst working on bespoke residential schemes. One of his favourite aspects of his career is the variety and diversity of projects, and enjoys seeing which unexpected direction these progress into.
His love for research has lead him to edit an article on the Cold War, which will be published in architectural magazines. During his time at the University of Liverpool, his exploration of social and political changes in response to automation relate to housing won the Charles Reilly medal. Additionally, this body of work has been nominated for the RIBA president’s silver medal, and Architect’s Journal student prize.
Harry particularly likes housing projects, but has also worked on feasibility studies for London hospitals. He is open to all styles of projects at Ben Adams, and has started his time here working on a large scale mixed-use build in Moscow (Voentorg).
He recently moved to South London and spends his spare time running, cycling and listening to music.