Toby is currently project architect of a new whisky distillery in Scotland for The Macallan. Toby has been involved in the scheme since the international design competition and will continue throughout the construction of the project until the completion in 2017. The scheme provides a new centre that will reveal the processes of whisky production and welcome visitors, whilst remaining sensitive to the beautiful surrounding landscape.
Toby has also worked on a number of projects at a variety of stages. Competitions: - As well as the winning competition for the Macallan Distillery, Toby has been involved in RSHP bids for a new bio-medical facility for Astra-Zeneca and the new Beijing airport.
Toby has experience of feasibility studies for residential projects in London and a successful planning application for Merano, a residential development on London’s Albert Embankment.
He has extensive on-site experience, starting his career on Terminal 5, Heathrow where he was based within site offices alongside the full range of project consultants. He spent three years on the detailed design and construction stages of Tower Bridge House, an office building in London overlooking the Tower of London, where he was resident architect on site.
Toby played a leading role on the One Hyde Park residential project in Knightsbridge, London from its inception in 2005 to its completion in 2011. He led on the full design development for the facades systems, working closely with planners and manufacturers to develop a system which is structurally efficient, performs exceptionally in terms of energy and privacy and responds sensitively to the context of the Knightsbridge conservation area.