Jonathon Dawson-Bowman

Position: Associate

Management Team

Jonathan joined the practice as a Part II Assistant in 2015 following his studies at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow and Birmingham City University. He qualified as an architect in 2018 and was promoted to Associate in 2021.

He has considerable experience in the design and delivery of a wide range of projects in the mixed-use, residential, leisure, and education sectors (including primary, secondary and university clients).

He has worked as Project Architect on large-scale, award-winning University teaching buildings and has experience working on the restoration or heritage and listed buildings. Jonathan also has extensive experience on a variety of residential schemes that include refurbishment of existing buildings, tall buildings, and the use of Passivhaus principles in design and construction.

He also sits on the practice’s marketing team, inputting into the marketing and business development strategies.

School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Wolverhampton

Sitting on the site of the former M&B Springfield Brewery, the building has been designed to set a benchmark in quality for subsequent buildings on the Springfield site, retaining some of the its historic buildings while adding contemporary yet complimentary new build spaces to deliver a cutting-edge facility, £26m

 

Curzon Street Station, Birmingham
Fit out of Grade I listed station building into offices, exhibition space and café as part of the new HS2 Station in central Birmingham

 

Blythe Valley, Birmingham
Residential scheme incorporating 250 new homes in a mix of family houses and apartments with new public spaces

Newhall Square, Birmingham

Winner of Insider Residential Awards Apartment Development of the Year, Newhall Square created 200 apartments across three residential buildings with a new public square and retail, incorporating Grade II listed buildings, £30m

 

Curzon Wharf, Birmingham
Four-block complex in Birmingham’s Learning Quarter featuring apartments, student accommodation, roof gardens, an integrated public square and office/leisure/retail units

 

Parklands Educate Together Primary School, Weston-Super-Mare
New build, two-form entry school for 420 pupils as part of a wider comprehensive masterplan by St Modwen/North Somerset Council to redevelop a former RAF base, £8m

Curzon Wharf