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John brings a strong focus on understanding clients' priorities in order to design architecture that is carefully organised and reflects the ethos of a community. He has wide experience working on education, commercial and cultural projects. These include the UK buildings for Nokia's Research and Development Headquarters in Farnborough, the RIBA Award-winning Richard Doll Building, a cancer/epidemiology research facility for the University of Oxford and the competition winning entry for the Royal Courts of Justice in St Peter Port, Guernsey.
After studying architecture at Heriot-Watt University and St John's College, Cambridge, John taught architecture at the Caribbean School of Architecture in Jamaica where he also worked on the restoration of Trafalgar House for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
John has been part of Nicholas Hare Architects since 1996 and became a partner in 2012. He recently completed the Serlby Park Academy and is currently responsible for the Milton Keynes Museum Project and our proposals for the National Museum of Ras al Khiamah in the UAE.