Tim trained at the Brighton School of Architecture and Interior Design where he qualified with commendation in December 1988. In the same year, he co-published, 'A Guide to the Buildings of Brighton', an ode to more than 200 buildings of architectural interest in the area.
Tim has been a principal of the Practice since 1999, in the capacity of Design Director.
Tim utilises his design vision in conjunction with his project management skills to complete complex projects such as the refurbishment, restoration, reconstruction and extension of listed properties in conservation areas - a large proportion of which have been single family estates throughout the UK and abroad. Many of these projects have required knowledge and sensitivity to the historical building fabric in order to properly integrate the requisite state of the art services such as heating/lighting and AV installation.
Senior Director BA(Hons), Dip Arch, RIBA, ARB
John studied at the University of Bath and is a director and equity owner of BLDA Architects. He has carried out work in the UK, Europe, and the Americas. Spanning a career of 40 years he is responsible for commissions from £35,000,000 to £50,000. John has achieved planning and listed building consents for new buildings and for refurbishments in city centres and at major rural estates. His clients include major London Estates, development companies, family wealth offices, insurance companies, private individuals and London boroughs. John is a member of the Academy of Experts acting as an expert in professional and construction disputes. John is a visiting lecturer at the University of Bath School of Architecture.
Senior Director B.Arch(Hons)., B.Sc.(Arch) (Hons), RIBA, FRSA, ARB, MAE AaPS
Dudley qualified as an Architect in 1987, joining BLDA Architects in 1998.
He has extensive skills in design, construction and the implementation & delivery of complex projects, including large scale high-specification residential developments, including houses for end-user clients, often involving extensions and extensive internal refits of listed buildings in sensitive historic contexts. He has broad experience in design and in obtaining complex consents for favourable designs from local authorities and estates.
He is responsible for the practice QA system, office standards, procedures and CAD systems.
Director B Arch, ARB, RIBA
Chris is a former Royal College of Art architectural student and became a registered architect in 1986.
He has been project architect for the award winning Three Brindleyplace office development in Birmingham, a new school in a traditional style in Croydon and a range of listed building restoration and renewal projects. Before joining BLDA, Chris was a senior associate in Adam Architecture, specialising in luxury housing projects.
Chris joined BLDA in 2012, and has led project team for the redevelopment of Oceanic House, Pall Mall and major extensions to two significant residences near Holland Park. He is also a CDMC.
Director MA (RCA), IMaPS, RIBA, ARB
John studied at The London Metropolitan University before becoming a qualified Architect in 1990. He has worked at various practices including Architects Co-Partnership and Birkerdike Allen before joining BLDA in 2000.
John prides himself on the ability to deliver high quality bespoke solutions, retaining the essence of the original design concept and balancing the special requirements of interventions into the historic and listed building fabric.
Together with his in-depth construction, material and specification knowledge, his analytical approach to problem solving and his technical excellence, John can effectively direct his team to produce detailed solutions when difficult problems arise.
Technical Director Bsc (Hons) Dip Arch (Hons), RIBA, ARB
Bart Gloger completed a Diploma in Architecture at the Silesian University of Technology, Poland, in 2003 and was awarded a Master of Engineering (Arch). He is a fully qualified architect, registered with ARB and RIBA, and has over ten years’ experience in the UK. Bart joined John Simpson Architects in 2005 and was made an Associate Partner in 2013.
In 2014, he joined BLDA Architects as a Project Architect and is currently running a luxury high-end residential project in central London. His knowledge and experience covers a wide range of projects, including listed buildings and new builds, for the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford and high-end residential projects.
Bart worked on The Stanhope on New York’s Fifth Avenue, creating 22 luxury apartments on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, overlooking Central Park. He was a project co-ordinator for the Pipe Partridge Building at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford and the Whittle Building at Peterhouse College in Cambridge, which was opened by HRH Prince Charles.
Associate Director M.Sc. Eng. (Arch), RIBA, ARB
Esther has worked as a qualified Architect in London since 2003, after studying at the Eindhoven University of Technology and the University of Arts in Berlin.
As Project Architect she delivered a £12m project for John Lewis, followed by a £57m high spec office development at 150 Cheapside. Since 2007, Esther has designed a various mid to high rise mixed use and contemporary high-end residential schemes, including the Shepherd Street scheme in Mayfair. In 2009/2010 Esther was responsible for the interior architectural fit out for Cornwall Terrace.
Esther is currently responsible for residential feasibility and planning schemes at BLDA and had extensive experience in designing basements .
Esther Anna van de Geijn
Associate Director M.Sc. Arch, RIBA, ARB
At BLDA, Dominik is advising property developers, housing associations, private individuals, architects and local planning authorities on the daylight and sunlight and rights of light matters. This involves liaising with architects to ensure that daylight and sunlight compliance with the BRE guidelines is achieved and that at the same time there are no rights of light infringements, devising mitigation strategies to optimise the levels of proposed daylight and sunlight amenity and minimise adverse effects on neighbouring receptors, managing daylight and sunlight discussions with the local planning authorities, organising workshops and attending meetings with planning officers and preparing daylight and sunlight reports or Environmental Statements on large EIA projects.
We work with not only our own architecture clients but also with many of London's leading architecture practices in preparing reports on natural lighting matters.
Associate Director: Daylight, Sunlight & Rights of Light
Dawn has been with the practice since 2017 in the role of Practice Manager. Dawn has 20 year plus, experience in HR/Employee Relations and office Management.
Dawn is responsible for the smooth running of the practice with the help of her Administration Team, manages all third-party support, works closely with Directors to oversee all recruitment needs, implementation of policies and co-ordination of all training and development.