James Clark


After graduating from Newcastle University in 2016, James spent two years in practice, most of that time in London at Bickerdike Allen Partners where he worked on mostly high-end residential and listed building renovation projects and then at HofmanDujardin in Amsterdam, on interior office projects. While studying at the LSA, James spent his inter-practice year placement with Orms and worked primarily on mixed-use and school projects. 

James values public space and nature in the city and is interested in a long-term, integrative approach to architecture, urbanism and placemaking. His thesis project, ‘Public Holder’ was an infrastructural approach to reclaiming public land and public services on vacant post-gas holder sites.