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At Squires Barnett Architects every commission is as important as the next. Regardless of size, a Partner is personally involved at each and every stage of your project.

We are recruiting!

Part II or newly qualified Part III required on a permenant basis.

Must have a passion for residential architecture, exceptional client-facing and presentation skills.

Contact us to apply.

  • Louise Squires

    Louise Squires

    Partner

    Before qualifying in 1996, Louise studied at the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London, followed by fifteen years practicing in London and Sydney. Her career started in Sydney for Philip Cox Architects, upon her return to the UK she worked with the internationally renowned Foster + Partners before joining the Richard Rogers Partnership. For the past ten years Louise has been a visiting tutor at Newcastle University.

  • Mark Squires

    Mark Squires

    Partner

    Mark joined the partnership to bring business management and development leadership to the team. Before joining Squires Barnett Architects, Mark was a client, as former Chief Executive of Benfield Motor Group - he has a wealth of general management experience running the largest private company in the North East. Mark has an MBA from top US business school, Kellogg at Northwestern University, Chicago and holds a variety of senior board positions in the private and third sector.

  • George Musson

    George Musson

    Partner

    George joined the practice as a Part 2 in 2012, gained RIBA accrediation in 2014, became an Associate in 2016 and a Partner in 2018. With extensive expereince in the domestic and residential sectors, his enthusiasm is sparked by the architecture of the everyday, driven to improve all aspects of design from large-scale housing developments to bespoke one-off residences.      

  • Nathan Sanders

    Nathan Sanders

    Associate

    Nathan qualified in 2010 from Cardiff University having completed his Part 1 & 2 at the University of Northumbria. He is an experienced Project Architect having worked in the region since 2004, amassing substantial experience in residential master planning, alongside commercial, education and leisure sectors. Nathan has a technical and thorough approach to projects, complimenting his designs with commercially grounded and aligned solutions.

  • Sarah Harrison

    Sarah Harrison

    Architect

    Sarah hails from the North West but moved to Newcastle to study. Having worked on bespoke residential schemes both internationally in Chengdu, China and across the UK she is currently working towards a Specialist Conservation Architect accreditation. She has a keen eye for detail and accurate delivery ensuring the transition of concept to built form.

  • Jennie Webb

    Jennie Webb

    Architect

    Originally from sunny Hampshire, Jennie moved north to study Architecture at Newcastle University and decided to settle here with her family. Having worked for several design orientated practices in the North East, her interests lie in attentive architectural detailing and working with sustainable construction methods. Jennie is passionate about photography and graphic design and is a part-time architectural design lecturer at Newcastle University.

  • Mark Whiting-McKay

    Mark Whiting-McKay

    Architect

    Mark joined Squires Barnett Architects in 2018 from a Newcastle-based practice with a reputation for design excellence. He completed his Part 3 at Newcastle University, gaining RIBA accrediation in 2015. Mark was drawn to the practice for our approach to residential architecture and a desire to become more involved in domestic projects. He brings a wealth of experience in technical design and project delivery.

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Warren Barnett

1964- 2016

Founding partner, Warren sadly passed away in 2016. His energy, enthusiasm and great character will be sorely missed by the team at Squires Barnett, clients and friends alike. Client and friend, Garry Goodwin said:

“The enthusiasm and charisma that Warren would bring to projects, meetings or public consultations would almost without fail win over the hearts and minds of the most difficult land owner, agency or planner. Warren never failed to deliver”.