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Ben studied at the Manchester School of Architecture where he graduated with distinction. He has been actively involved with teaching alongside practice for over eighteen years, and has taught at Manchester University, Bath University and more recently as a director of architecture, programme leader and senior lecturer at Northumbria University. Ben worked with Ian Simpson Architects in Manchester before practising as a senior architect at the award winning Fielden Clegg Bradley Architects in Bath. He has designed and delivered multiple award winning projects across a range of scales and sectors from high profile commercial developments to significant cultural projects to small scale residential schemes.
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Lynsey was educated at the prestigious Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow and has maintained involvement with architectural education teaching as a visiting design studio tutor and critic at Sheffield University and Northumbria University. After graduating Lynsey worked initially with Ian Simpson before going on to form Bath based practice DesignScape. Her previous experience ranges from large scale commercial projects to small domestic extensions. Following a return to the North East Lynsey established elliottarchitects with Ben in 2007.
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Alex studied at Northumbria University for both his Master of Architecture and undergraduate degree, receiving a first class honours and an RIBA commendation for his final year project. His previous experience includes working at a range of prominent practices in Newcastle and Northumberland, where he gained experience on a range of project scales and sectors. Alex joined Elliott Architects in 2016 with a desire to work in a design and quality focussed practice with experienced, like-minded people.
Elinor completed her Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees at Northumbria University, receiving a First class honours and Distinction respectively. During her Master of Architecture, she was nominated for the RIBA Dissertation Medal for her thesis exploring the changing nature of student housing. After working in a prominent commercial practice in Newcastle as a Part 1 Assistant, Elinor joined the practice in 2021 with a hope to specialise in residential architecture, creating beautiful and meaningful spaces in the place where they are most personal.