Maurice was made an Associate in 2004 and an Associate Partner in 2016. He has worked as a Lead Architect on a number of high profile buildings including Paddington Waterside, the new London headquarters for Marks & Spencer Plc and Broadwick House, Ford Motor Company’s new International Design Studio in Soho, London. From 2005, Maurice was one of the Project Architects on The Leadenhall Building, a 50-storey office building in the City of London, where he spent three years on site, overseeing its construction. Since the completion of The Leadenhall Building, Maurice continues to have a monitoring and advisory role on behalf of British Land, the building’s owner.
Maurice recently completed the fit-out of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners’ new home on Level 14 of The Leadenhall Building. He is currently working on a hotel and residential building in London’s Hanover Square and is overseeing refurbishment work at the Grade 1 listed Lloyds Building. Alongside his work in London, Maurice has had key roles on designs for a number of projects in Paris, Oslo, Tokyo, New York, Gifu, Rome and Dublin.
Maurice has been involved in teaching post-graduate students at University College London and at the Royal College of Art. Maurice sits on a London LA Design Review Panel.