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Edmund Wilson

Biography:

Edmund studied architecture at the Cambridge University School of Architecture at Degree and Diploma level, and completed RIBA Part III Professional Practice at the Bartlett School of Architecture. He also holds a degree in Fine Art Practice and Theory at Chelsea College of Art and Design.

Before co-founding Foster Wilson Architects, he worked for ORMS architects and CZWG architects as project architect on a new build mixed use building in Rotherhithe and a new teaching block for the Institute of Child Health at Great Ormond Street.

As a partner at Foster Wilson Architects he has been responsible for a number of award winning projects including the Parabola Arts Centre Cheltenham, the St James Theatre London and the restoration of Hoxton Hall, a grade II* music hall in East London with RIBA Conservation accreditation. He is currently leading the design of a new arts centre in Brixton for the London Borough of Lambeth and the Ovalhouse Theatre

He has taught second year studio at Cambridge University since being appointed a design fellow in 2013, having previously been a visiting tutor at Kingston University and the Bartlett School of Architecture. He is co-editor of Block, a new magazine for writing on architecture, built space and the city.