MEET THE PARTNERS
Roy Chalk - Senior Partner
Dip. Arch, ATP, RIBA
Roy joined the Practice in 1971 becoming Senior Partner in 1990. Roy remains deeply involved in all projects within the Practice, having in many instances a 'hands-on' approach, particularly at the inception and briefing stage.
He has a wealth of knowledge of healthcare buildings both in the public and private sectors.
Roy also has extensive knowledge of residential architecture having wide experience of local authority refurbishment, care homes, housing association and commercial housing projects.
David Whitestone - Partner
B.A. (Hons), Dip. Arch, RIBA
David joined the practice in 1986 and became a partner in 1990.
He has extensive experience in refurbishing and adapting existing buildings, including many that are listed and others within conservation areas for a variety of uses including healthcare and residential projects.
David oversees the practice's NBS specification procedures, is a member of the Clapham Society Planning Sub-Committee and Merton Design Review Panel. He is currently converting a French tobacco barn near Bergerac into a family home.
Roger Simpson - Partner
B.Sc (Hons), Dip. Arch, RIBA
Roger joined the practice in 1989 and has experience in a wide range of building types, all of which have involved careful consultation to ensure designs which both meet our client's aspirations and provide technically and functionally efficient solutions
Roger has specific expertise in the healthcare, residential and laboratory sectors. Healthcare work has involved both public and private facilities, providing a full range of clinical, diagnostic and treatment facilities. Residential projects have included public housing, housing association and residential regeneration schemes, sheltered apartments and key worker accommodation. University and hospital laboratory projects have provided academic and medically-related facilities for innovative research and the latest analytical techniques in pathology, microbiology and biochemistry. Roger also has wide experience of listed buildings and their sensitive conversion to new residential and medical uses
Roger studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL. Subsequently he gained overseas experience in the design and construction of provincial health facilities in both Kenya and New Zealand.