MA (Cantab.) DipArch RIBA AABC
Stephen is the founding principal of Oliver Architecture. Previously, he has worked for some of the country's leading historic buildings practices for over 20 years. He is appointed Cathedral Architect to Peterborough & Brecon and an AABC conservation-accredited architect
Stephen is appointed architect to many churches, including Holy Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon, as well as several National Trust properties. He is an architect member of Birmingham DAC and is an elected member of the Art Workers' Guild. Stephen has published his independent research on the Arts and Crafts Movement, for which he is a passionate advocate. His design for the reordering of the church of SS. Peter & Paul, Wolverhampton won the 2009 EASA President's Award. His competition-winning design for the new Royal Anglian Regiment memorial was unveiled by HRH Duke of Gloucester in 2010.
BA(Hons) M.Arch PgDip RIBA
Philip joined Oliver Architecture Ltd in 2015 and is a qualified architect, working on a wide range of historic buildings and ecclesiastical projects.
Experienced in Ecclesiastical, Educational and Residential architecture. Keen interests in Conservation and Ecclesiastical architecture, along with early Modern Movement and Victorian Industrial Architecture.