Jonathan studied and qualified as an architect at Kingston University in 1992 and set up Jonathan Clark Architects in 2002 having spent twelve years working on a wide ranging portfolio of high profile projects for a number of well known architectural practices such as Philip Cox in Sydney (Olympics 2000 Aquatic Centre and city master planning in Kuwait), Future Systems (Lords Media Centre - Stirling Prize winner in 1999) and Dixon Jones (National Portrait Gallery extension).
Jonathan is involved in all projects and has an overview of design across the studio. His experience includes commercial development, private residential, education, restaurant/bar/cafe projects, internal fit-outs and interior design plus now animal welfare having now been involved in some seven projects for Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. He is particularly proud of the office’s record in maintaining repeat business commissions with all clients.
In his spare time, Jonathan is a keen cyclist and car enthusiast.