Carrick graduated from the University of Westminster with a First in 2016. He is interested in reducing waste by driving out inefficiencies in design and construction by encouraging off-site manufacturing. His thesis project, RE:SOURCE, focuses on creating an off-site manufacturing facility and workshop to supply London with structurally sound and 100% recycled materials for a circular economy.
Before and during the LSA, Carrick has worked at Grimshaw Architects in London for over 3 years. He has worked on a variety of large scale award-winning projects and has been able to further his research into sustainability in the built environment and a global, collaborative, circular-economy during his time there.
Out of the studio, Carrick is a keen cyclist and likes to play sport when he can. He has rowed competitively for Marlow and represented England in a men’s quad.