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James Brimble

James Brimble

2017 - present

"Combining multiple disciplines and ideas, architectural endeavour is varied and rewarding. It is a real privilege to work with individuals who value people, community and place at the forefront of the design process."

James joined Page\Park in 2017, having recently graduated with Distinction from the Mackintosh School of Architecture with Diploma in Architecture. James completed his thesis project in Madrid, studying post-civil war political divisions, before developing a design for a national memorial-museum.

Having researched and developed his Thesis on post-war trauma, James has a keen interest in design for healing and architectural wellbeing. This attitude can be seen in his attention to detail and care undertaken in developing designs.

Before joining Page\Park, James has worked in several architectural practices in the south of England, gaining experience in new build residential projects, masterplanning and conservation, working on historic buildings such as Canterbury Cathedral.

An enthusiastic illustrator, James is graphically accomplished and utilises these skills in his research and analytical work, as well as conceiving design concepts within the Page \Park graphics team.