Peter trained at the Royal College of Art and graduated with an MA in Architecture and Environmental Design. For over thirty years he has specialised in refurbishment and new build projects of the highest quality. For twelve years he was director in charge of the architectural division of a leading design group based in London, where he applied his individual design and managerial skills to a range of prestigious projects varying from private residences to 5-star plus hotels. He has overseen architectural and interior design projects in the UK, Australia, Germany, Portugal and the USA.
Ronald trained at the Welsh School of Architecture. His early career was spent in mainland Europe where he practised in Germany and in France before returning to the United Kingdom in 1987. Since returning he has maintained strong connections with the continent and the practice’s portfolio contains examples of projects in Germany, France, Portugal and Spain. He has wide ranging experience and has published work on 18th Century French Architecture.
Ned comes from a Fine Art and Industrial Design background, having studied in Trowbridge and Wolverhampton University. He has been a long standing member of Jones Lambell joining a couple of years after it was first founded. He has a wide experience of buildings developed over the years. In recent years he has on a number of projects worked closely with international interior designers where he has been the interface between the scheme, the client and the contractor, ensuring that aspirations and quality are reached.
Gerard trained at The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen graduating with First Class Honours from the BSc course in 2008 and the MArch course in 2009. During this time he worked in Dublin on a variety of projects including Residential, Educational and Hospitality. Gerard joined Jones Lambell in 2009 and having become a Chartered Architect in 2011 has continued to develop his experience which now encompasses a number of successful high-end residential, gallery and country house projects.
Malcolm studied architecture at the University of Bath, graduating in 2005 with a distinction in the MArch course. Since this time he gained experience on a variety of projects in the residential, retail, hotel and office sectors, which have been situated in both the UK and Europe. He has particular experience working on high end residential projects including refurbishments and new build private houses. Malcolm completed his Part III qualifications in 2009 and has been part of Jones Lambell since 2011.