Stuart Walker | Director
Stuart is a director of 3W and an RIBA Registered Architect with more than 20 years’ work experience. He has extensive retail, commercial and airport design experience, being site project architect for the redevelopment of terminal 3 at Heathrow Airport while working for HOK International and working most recently on Venice Airport with 3W. He trained at the University of East London and Leicester Polytechnic.
Andrew Wells | Director
Andrew is a founding partner of 3W Architecture Limited. Prior to 3W, Andrew was a Design Director for Architecture at DEGW. He was project leader for the £25 million Boots Headquarters building and the £25 million Apicorp Headquarters in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia (which 'The Architectural Review' described as '…one of the most thoughtful large buildings to be created in the Gulf area for a long time….an important marker in the evolution of the human-made environment'). Before this he worked for leading architectural practice Michael Hopkins & Partners. Key projects included Glyndebourne Opera House and Lords Cricket Ground. He trained at the Architectural Association and Leicester Polytechnic. Andrew has lectured on sustainable architecture at Reading University as well as lecturing at UWE.
Michael Owens | Part 3 - Architectural Assistant
Mark Hood | Part 3 - Architectural Assistant
Mark completed his Architectural Education at Northumbria University in Newcastle. Between his Part 1 Bachelors and Part 2 Masters he worked for a year with Todd Architects in Belfast, most notable for their work on the Titanic Museum in Belfast.
After completing his Masters he returned to Todd Architects for three months before travelling around South America for two months.
After returning from his travels, he joined 3W Architects in April 2015 and recently began studying for his Part 3 Professional Practice Exams at Nottingham University.