William studied architecture at Cambridge, Edinburgh and The Cass (London). His practice, established in 2020, is based in London and seeks to make thoughtful buildings and spaces that have an enriching effect on those who occupy them and the environments in which they are constructed.
Central to the practice’s values is an interest in how things are assembled, theoretically and physically, and the way in which architecture attends to the specific conditions – physical, ecological, social, cultural – of its setting.
In addition to practice, William teaches at the Kingston School of Art and has been an invited critic and lecturer at schools of architecture in the UK and mainland Europe. His work has been exhibited at both the Royal Academy and Royal Scottish Academy and has received numerous awards.