Jack Gregory

Project Architect

Jack has worked for Hopkins Architects since 2011 following studies at The Bartlett School of Architecture and University of Westminster. He has particular expertise on both education and heritage projects.

He has been involved with a number of interesting projects with the practice, including the new Stratford Library at the University of East London, which redefined the University’s library services and reinvigorated the campus. At Bryanston School, he worked on Bramall Hall, the practice’s fourth project at the school’s rural campus, which accommodates humanities subjects. At Abingdon School in Oxfordshire he helped create the newly-opened Science Centre which contains 21 laboratories in an intimate L-shaped building that creates a new sheltered quadrangle for students and staff.

More recently, he worked on the Holkham Hall Stables and Pottery Building which acts as a catalyst for the regeneration of the heart of the historic North Norfolk estate. He is currently working on a major new Sports Center at Colby College in Maine, and two projects for Highgate School in North London.