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Mike studied at Bristol University and the Mackintosh School of Architecture, where he won the Royal Scottish Academy John Kinross Scholarship and the RIAS Sir Robert Lorimer Scholarship. He subsequently collaborated with Giancarlo De Carlo in Milan as lead Architect on several projects including for the University of Siena and on the island of Mazzorbo in the Venetian Lagoon, before he joined Hopkins Architects in 1992.
Since then Mike has taken the creative lead on many challenging and innovative projects such as the 2012 Olympic Velodrome. His other projects include The Living Planet Centre for WWF, The School of Environmental Science at Yale, and The Frick Chemistry Laboratory at Princeton. Mike has recently completed covered courts for the All England Lawn Tennis Club and is currently working on a mixed use project on Baker Street for Derwent London and The Portman Estate and The School of Data Science at The University of Virginia.