Jack is a Hackney based architectural assistant and designer. He is a recent MA architecture graduate from the Royal College of Art. Jack’s thesis project explored the role of architectural representation, in an age in which symbolism in the built form faces challenges from ephemeral media. His project was shortlisted for the Head of Programme prize at the Royal College of Art and was showcased as part of Clerkenwell Design Week. Jack was one of fifteen architecture graduates worldwide to be included in Wallpaper Magazine’s 2019 Graduate Directory.
Jack’s work explores themes of ambiguity, flexibility, representation and ruin. In collaboration with Becky Chipkin he recently won an international competition to exhibit an installation at the Pavilion d’Arsenal in Paris in November 2019 alongside ten other works by young up and coming designers. The exhibition is organised by the French journal Pli Revue and is based around the theme of ‘Obsessions.’
Jack previously studied at the Glasgow School of Art and the Accademia di Architettura di Mendrisio in Switzerland. He has previously worked for Sergison Bates and Apparata architects. He currently works for Hackney based Adam Khan architects.