Dominic Wilson

Project Architect

Dominic has worked for Hopkins Architects since 2017, and was made a Project Architect in 2019. He studied at the University of Nottingham where he received several awards, including the University Prize for the best performing undergraduate. He was also shortlisted for the RIBA Presidents Medals Silver Award.


After graduation, Dominic worked at Foster and Partners where he was involved in several high-end residential projects in the USA, notably at CityCenterDC - the redevelopment of the Old Convention Center site in Washington DC, and 551 West 21st Street in New York. Following this, Dominic worked at Cullinan Studio where he was involved in the design and delivery of projects for the Royal Horticultural Society, the National Forest Charitable Trust, and Jaguar Land Rover.


Since joining Hopkins, Dominic has been involved in a number of projects, including a Champagne Bar for Goodwood Racecourse, and new indoor sports facilities for Eton College. He is currently working on Eton School Hall, which involves the refurbishment and transformation of the existing Boer War Memorial Hall into a flexible concert venue.