After graduating architecture at Oxford Brookes University, Patrick qualified as an Architect at the Architectural Association in London.
Before starting Space Program, Patrick worked for BGS Architects on projects for several Oxford Colleges, including the multi-award winning Shulman Auditorium project at The Queen's College.
He founded Space Program
We offer a full range of architectural services from design development through to planning applications, construction advice and site inspections.
We are flexible in our approach, prioritising client needs and working collaboratively to deliver the best results.
The following stages are based on the RIBA Plan of Works.
This stage is about meeting and
A part of their 'Extensions 2017 Special Issue', the article showcased one of our modern side returns in Oxford.
Art exhibition, Shed Space featured at Arts at the Old Fire Station in Central Oxford in Summer 2016.
A full-size garden shed, with a living roof, was built in the gallery.
An elaborate garden scale model, complete with miniature sheds designs
13% of products delivered to construction sites are sent directly to landfill without being used.
Construction is not 'sustainable', however, as architects we do our bit to reduce the environmental impact of our work.
We do this through appropriate and efficient design (bigger is not always better).
Where possible we specify sustainable building materials
Over the past 7 years, our architectural work has helped many people improve their homes and how they live in them.
Throughout this process, we have experienced firsthand the importance of maximising usable space, including creating clever storage solutions.
Our made-to-measure plywood furniture embodies this design knowledge.
Developed to fit into