Beginning his career in 2003 as an Architectural Technician, Dan then qualified in 2017 as a Chartered Architectural Technologist earning his MCIAT status. Dan has spent most of his working career with Parsons + Whittley Architects Ltd., becoming a Director of the practice. Due to the retirement of the principal Directors and closure of the practice, Dan decided to develop his own company and established Void Architecture in the hope that in time it will become one of the region’s leading Architectural Practices.
Dan and his team will continue producing high quality work; surrounded by the practice’s ethos of believing strongly in delivering high quality buildings through innovative design, sustainable solutions and energy conservation, whilst ensuring the client’s requirements and expectations are delivered.
Skills include conceptual and detailed technical design, including certified Passivhaus construction in various forms and materials. Also, all aspects of tendering and design team project management, including administration of a contract during the construction process.
John qualified as an architect way back in the 80’s and has gained extensive experience in the design of individual houses and social housing. He also enjoys the specific challenges of sympathetically extending and adapting historic buildings to life in the 21st Century, and converting unusual agricultural buildings to interesting new uses, all whilst encouraging the incorporation of fabric-first low energy measures wherever the opportunity arises.
Affectionally known as 'The Oldest Junior Technician in Norfolk' Simon has 32 years of experience based in West Norfolk and working on projects throughout the country, from Devon to the Lake District.
He enjoys the technical challenge of helping to create contemporary architecture that is both Building Regulations compliant and practical to construct. Simon is a true believer in wildlife and nature conservation.
Outside of work his many interests include music, photography, travel, wildlife and nature.