Tom Smith

Architect

Tom completed his BA (Hons) (Part I) at the University of the West of England, Bristol with a First Class Degree, where his Dissertation on iconography within Olympic Architecture was nominated for the RIBA President’s Bronze Medal. During this time, he worked at an architectural practice specialising in conservation working on a number of high profile projects including Tyntesfield Manor and Birmingham Town Hall. Following his Part I he worked on many high-end residential projects for private clients. Subsequently, he completed his MArchD (Part II) at Oxford Brookes University with a Distinction, specialising in Development and Emergency Practice, with his final year project based in West Bank, Palestine, earning a number of awards.

Tom began working at dMFK Architects in 2013, immediately after his Part II and has since worked on a number of high-end residential, commercial and cultural projects, including Alyth Gardens Synagogue, Berwick Street and New Cavendish Street. Tom has recently completed his PGDip (Part III) at Westminster University and is now a fully qualified architect.

During his spare time, Tom plays the guitar and is learning to speak Portuguese.