Tom Foggin
Architects

Qualifications:

BSc(Hons) MArch PgCert RIBA

Tom Foggin
Architects

Tom joined rhp in 2011 after completing his MArch at the Welsh School of Architecture in Cardiff where his postgraduate dissertation explored the personal experience of Space and his design thesis examined the regeneration of post-industrial sites. He is a talented designer with a high degree of skill and experience in BIM coordination and collaboration with clients and consultants.

Previously, Tom has worked for award winning international practices in Bath and London where his experience included high-end residential and cultural projects, as well as work in the hotel and leisure, refurbishment and masterplanning sectors. He enjoys working closely with clients and the design team to develop schemes which integrate the technical and environmental needs of construction with the aspirations of the end-user.

Since joining rhp, Tom has worked on a range of projects including healthcare; graduate accommodation; executive conferencing facilities; and schools in both the state and private sectors. This experience has reinforced Tom’s ability to deliver well designed projects whilst meeting complex technical requirements such as the expansion to the Addenbrooke’s Clinical Research Centre in Cambridge. He is currently leading a secondary school project in the London Borough of Lambeth.

As a Chartered Member of the RIBA, Tom is actively involved in the Cambridge Association of Architects. He has been Secretary since 2014 and is engaged in promoting the importance of good design to local authority members, local residents and industry professionals. He is also a member of the RIBA Future Leaders advisory group and contributes to their annual seminar series for up-and-coming members of the profession.