David is one of the founding directors of DSDHA. He has been responsible for a broad range of projects including the redevelopment of the National Youth Theatre, Edmund de Waal’s studio and gallery in South London, the Stirling Prize nominated Christ’s College in Guildford, and a range of residential projects in central London. All of the work fuses an interest in materiality and art with inventive architectural approaches. 

David has lectured widely in the UK and abroad and has led Units at London Metropolitan University, Cambridge University and the Architectural Association. He is a Panel Member for Design South East, the Design Review Panels of Oxford and the London Borough of Lambeth, and an Expert for the High Streets Task Force.

David studied at the University of Cambridge University and worked for Tim Ronalds and Erick van Egeraat in Rotterdam and London prior to establishing DSDHA in 1998.

  1. National Youth Theatre
  2. Exchange Square
  3. Tustin Estate
  4. Cundy Street Quarter
  5. The Mansion, Marylebone Lane
  6. The Hickman, Whitechapel
  7. Broadgate Public Realm
  8. Stockwell Urban Vision
  9. Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens
  10. South Molton Street Public Realm
  11. Waterloo City Square
  12. Loughborough Junction
  13. Kennington Lane
  14. South Molton Street Building
  15. Norton Folgate
  16. Greenwich Housing & Community Building
  17. Covert House
  18. Suffolk House
  19. Abell & Cleland
  20. Vesta House, Olympic Village
  21. Hales Street House / Studio
  22. Alex Monroe Studio
  23. Alex Monroe Workshop
  24. Edmund de Waal Studio and Gallery II
  25. Edmund de Waal Studio I
  26. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
  27. Tampere Art Museum
  28. 5 Ways of Standing Up
  29. Egg Gallery
  30. Hermès, New Bond Street
  31. York Museums Trust
  32. Davenies School
  33. Link Primary School
  34. Christ's College
  35. Pond Meadow School
  36. St Anne's SureStart Centre