Hugh completed his Part I at the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture (ESALA). There he explored how objects, found and fabricated, could become the basis of an architecture for the marginalised, particularly refugees and the elderly. While at the ESALA, Hugh developed an interest in architectural history and went on to become the beneficiary of a Principal’s Teaching Award, supporting a research and modelling project with three fellow students.
Hugh has also studied at the urban design faculty at Parsons School of Design, New York. In 2017 he moved to Paris to join Lina Ghotmeh—Architecture. He is excited to join the LSA, with a placement at John McAslan + Partners.