nimtim architects
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nimtim architects

Londres, Royaume-Uni

nimtim architects

Nim is director and co founder of nimtim architects, starting the practice in 2014 alongside Tim. Nimi brings energy, positivity and sense of adventure to everything she does.
Nimi is a qualified garden and landscape designer. A UK qualified architect since 2008, she has worked for some of London’s most highly regarded practices including Penoyre & Prasad and Hawkins/ Brown where she was a project architect for Corby Cube and other significant developments such as Metropolitan Wharf in Wapping. Most recently prior to nimtim, Nimi was project architect on the multi-million pound Duke Street redevelopment in Mayfair for Grosvenor Estates.
Nimi is a member of the Design South East Panel and Frame Projects, sitting on London Borough of Camden and Barking & Dagenham Panels. These multi-disciplinary panels are made up of leading construction professionals and provide a clear, constructive and consistent voice on design quality in the built environment for London Local Authorities and SE England. Nimi is also a judge for the Architect’s Journal Architecture Awards as well as part of the RIBA steering group for Guerrilla Tactics, an annual creative business conference for small and medium sized architectural practices. She is passionate about promoting diversity within the profession and as well as participating in workshops for schools, she is a mentor for Blueprint For All charity and a member of Paradigm Network.

Tim is director and co-founder of nimtim architects, starting the practice in 2014 alongside Nim. His sensitive, playful and pragmatic approach to architecture has helped shape the practice and the work it has produced.
A UK qualified architect since 2008; Tim has worked at OMA in Rotterdam and David Chipperfield architects in London. Prior to setting up nimtim architects, Tim was senior architect at RCKa where he was project architect for the RIBA award-winning TNG Youth Centre in Lewisham in addition to a number of social housing projects.
Tim studied at Oxford Brookes University, the Bauhaus Universtat and the University of Westminster where he was awarded the RIBA dissertation prize. Before taking a break to adopt his young daughter, Tim taught at UCA Canterbury and University of Reading. He continues to write on architecture and the practice of architecture and has had articles published in academic quarterlies, architectural journals and international design magazines.

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