Background

David Nossiter BA (Hons) Dip Arch RIBA studied at Plymouth, under Professor Adrian Gale and at The Bartlett, University College London, Schools of Architecture, under Professor Jonathan Hill.

Following ten years in practice working with Proctor and Matthews, Mole, Ellis Williams and others, David was elected an RIBA member in 2001. During this time David worked on a variety of projects, including The Baltic Arts Centre, Gateshead and innovative housing projects at Greenwich Millennium Village and New Hall, Harlow.

David set up his London-based RIBA Chartered Architectural practice in 2005 and has a proven track record of creating beautiful and innovative residential designs. Many of these projects have been featured in local, architectural and lifestyle publications, as well as books (see Press).

David has maintained close links with education, having been a design tutor for five years at Kingston University. He has also been a visiting studio lecturer at the Bartlett, University College London and Sheffield Universities. David is a member of a Steering Group working with researchers at the Department of Social & Environmental Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine investigating the effect of changes to the built environment on the mental health and well being of the local community. David has also been actively engaged with Open House, London and Shelter’s Architect in the House Schemes.