Andrew Nevin


Andrew works on a range of projects from inception to completion on site. He is well acquainted with both new build and refurbishment projects, including the extension of existing buildings within historic settings. A particular focus in Andrew’s portfolio has been a number of award-winning buildings for independent secondary schools.

For Marlborough College, he is leading on the refurbishment and extension of the Wiltshire school’s science and technology laboratory buildings. He also delivered Dancy House at Marlborough, a new boarding house with a range of communal spaces set in a historic landscape. For Cranleigh School in Surrey, he helped to transform disused squash courts into a new timber-clad classroom building. At King's College School Wimbledon, he was lead designer for the RIBA-Award winning classroom wing and multi-purpose hall set within a school campus of significant heritage value. He is also currently working on a new classroom block for Roedean School.

From Dublin, Andrew studied at the Dublin School of Architecture and is a member of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI). His favourite building of ours is our own studios. It’s a place he has enjoyed working in since he moved to London in 2011.