Architectural Team / Practice Manager
Warren joined Liberata in 2018 as Practice Manager for Liberata Architects and brings extensive experience in managing and working with teams in the Architectural Services Sector.
As an experienced design focussed Architectural Technician Warren has 22 years’ professional experience in Architecture. Warren has successfully designed detailed and managed projects across a wide range of scales and procurement routes, from small residential and listed building schemes to large scale commercial builds and masterplans. Warren also has extensive experience in the Healthcare Sector and has worked for a substantial period of his career on delivering Healthcare Schemes to BIM level 2 in both a project lead and delivery capacity.
In his spare time Warren enjoys going to see live music festivals as well as spending time outdoors cycling and running.Close
Head of Design
David is a talented Architect and enthusiastic design team leader who works with clients across a range of sectors, from education, commercial and residential developments to transportation and the arts.
A practicing RIBA registered Architect in the UK for over 20 years, David has gained expertise in all architectural stages and uses his creative vision, talent for communication and diverse expertise to deliver award winning projects that achieve exemplary environments, exceed client expectations and produce dynamic, exhilarating and responsive architecture.
David’s keen interest in new design and environmental technologies alongside his collaborative and proactive approach has resulted in him earning trust with clients, design team members and project stakeholders.Close
Jennifer is an RIBA registered architect, having completed her BA(hons) in Architecture in 2008, she went on to gain a B(Arch) in 2012 from De Montfort University and her RIBA/ ARB Part III Professional Qualification from Nottingham University in 2014.
With over 10 years’ experience in architectural practice, Jennifer has been involved in projects within a variety of sectors; specialising in housing and healthcare, including bespoke housing and delivering multiple good quality, affordable housing schemes on complex infill sites for several Local Authorities; as well as being responsible for the full refurbishment of a five-storey medical centre for a GP practice in London.
Jennifer also has a keen interest in conservation and has developed schemes for listed buildings such as the grade II* listed Derby School of Art, amongst others, as well as assisting with church quinquennial inspections and has been a keen member of both the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings and the Historic Houses Association.
Between 2017 and 2019, she was joint-president of the Leicestershire and Rutland Society of Architects, a branch of RIBA, where she was responsible for the public perception of the society and its members. In this role she instigated several local radio interviews and newspaper articles as well as organising the society’s first month-long Love Architecture Festival; hosting events such as Meet the Architect, Lego-building competitions, Pecha Kucha evenings and guided walks of the city; activities that were all aimed towards educating the general public about the city around them.Close
Part 2 Architectural Assistant
Robyn is a multi-skilled, very organised Part II Architectural Assistant with good all round ability to manage projects at all RIBA stages.
After completing her BA(hons) in Architecture at the University for the Creative Arts in 2012, she went on to gain a MArch in 2015 from Leeds Beckett University and is currently focusing on her RIBA/ARB Part III Professional Qualification through RIBA North West with the aim of becoming a registered architect.
Over her 5 years in practice, Robyn has gained comprehensive architectural design experience in residential, educational, commercial and listed buildings, and has been solely responsible for managing bespoke housing projects from inception to completion; as well as working in a design team to deliver large complex commercial/retail schemes.
While working on Grade II, II* and I Listed properties, Robyn’s passion for historic buildings has grown and after gaining her Part III qualification, she hopes to attend the University of Central Lancashire to study Building Conservation and Adaptation MSc to progress her studies and specialise as a conservation architect.Close
Part 1 Architectural Assistant
Elliot joined Liberata Architects intially during the summer whilst undertaking his Part 1 studies in Architecture at the University of Lincoln. Elliot returned to Liberata Architects after graduating in 2018 with a First Class Honours Degree.
Elliot has played a key role in the design development of many of Liberata schemes and has been extensively involved in the masterplanning and design of the new Burnley Hospital Campus and the interior design scheme for Northlight Business Units.
Elliot has a passion for design and architecture and actively follows architects such as Heatherwick Studio for their integration of product design, and studio Precht for their ecological focus. In his spare time Elliot like to cycle around the Yorkshire countryside and dance to disco music.Close
Part 1 Architectural Assistant
Luke is a Part I Architectural Assistant, having completed his BA(hons) in Architecture in the summer of 2018 and joined Liberata in October of the same year.
Luke has been involved in many projects, at various stages, from feasibility through to construction and is gaining valuable experience in a variety of sectors.
In his spare time, Luke is also a trained soldier in the British Army Reserves, currently serving with the 4th Battalion, Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment. He is also a grade 8 level Drummer and self-proclaimed office authority on all things “pop” or “Nerd Culture.Close