Samuel James Pywell


Sam graduated from the Welsh School of Architecture in 2019, where he developed an interest in civic architectures and community-led projects with briefs informed through working with local people.

Sam spent his first year in practice at Haworth Tompkins, working on residential and mixed-use projects. He is currently working on a large affordable housing scheme within an existing modernist estate in London, which he will continue to work on over the course of his studies at the LSA.

Using his experience of live projects from practice and understanding of current issues within London, Sam aims to form proposals that suggest genuine solutions to problems across the city and which challenge the status-quo of buildings within London.