Andrew Toumazou, BA(Hons) Dip Arch RIBA
Andrew Toumazou began his training at the University of Westminster and went on to complete his post-graduate studies in Architecture at Oxford Brookes University: graduating in 1997.
Andrew initially worked for a number of domestic based architectural practices before working for the large commercial signature architect, Chapman Taylor. During his seven years there he contributed to a number of hugely successful award winning projects in the UK and abroad. Most notably, Heathrow Airport T3 & T5, DS8 Canary Wharf and Madrid Xanadu.
Andrew later moved to a Bedford practice where he worked on a number of domestic and educational projects from design inception through to completion. His most successful project was Lincroft Middle School’s Sports Hall which gained the RIBA Eastern Region Design Award within the Education Category.
Andrew joined Archial Architects in 2006. As project architect he worked on many Government and MOD-based projects. His most successful scheme to date was the Junior Rates Galley & Dining Hall at HMS Collingwood. This was opened by HRH Princess Royal and went on to be commended by The Fareham Society. Other MOD based projects involved a £7m accommodation block and an £8m office unit. At Archial he was part of the team which developed the £28million Chelsea Academy.