• Amy Napier RIBA

      Director

      Amy has created an exciting practice, focused on design, delivery and client satisfaction for her high quality architecture. Amy has managed to build a strong portfolio and develop good relationships with the local Planners and community, whilst also working on projects in Central London, Kent, Norfolk and further afield.



      2001-2011

      Amy was a Project Architect at Hopkins Architects, London for 10 years, working on complex and highly integrated projects such as;

      • UCH Macmillan Cancer Centre, London - A new ambulatory care centre for the treatment of cancer. Winner of a RIBA regional and National Award 2013. The Prime Minister’s Better Public Building, British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA) 2012.

      • Northgate Development, Chester - A new masterplan in the centre of Chester including a new Theatre for performing arts.

      • The Alnwick Garden Pavilion - A sustainable visitor Centre and pavilion for the Duchess of Northumberland.
      Winner of a RIBA Regional Award 2008
      Steel Construction Award 2007
      Wood Award 2006

      In addition, Amy worked on a huge variety of projects, including residential projects in Dubai and Jersey; Evelina Children’s Hospital, London; Brent Civic Centre and Norwich Cathedral Visitors Centre.



      1995-2001

      Amy Studied at the Manchester School of Architecture and in her year our worked at TP Bennett on commercial residential and office buildings in Central London.

    • Steven Clarke RIBA

      Director

      Steven has 20 years of architectural experience in providing high quality, carefully crafted buildings in all sectors and at all scales. Since founding Napier Clarke he has been instrumental in winning some major larger projects as well as focusing on smaller scale residential projects.



      2004-2014

      Steven was an Associate Partner at Hopkins Architects, London for 10 years, leading the design, planning and construction of a number of significant and interesting projects, a select list are below;

      • The Living Planet Centre, Woking – An award winning new headquarters building for the WWF- UK.

      Winner of a RIBA Regional and National Award 2015

      Highly commended Wood Awards 2014

      BCO Innovation Award 2015

      • St.George’s Chapel, Great Yarmouth – The conversion of a Grade I listed Chapel into a Theatre.

      Winner of a RIBA Regional and National award, 2014.

      Highly commended Wood Awards 2014

      • Cyprus Cultural Centre, Nicosia – A new performing Arts building won in an International Competition in 2007.

      • Holkham Hall, Norfolk – The conversion of the Stables and Potteries buildings into a café, museum, shop and events space for Lord and Lady Coke.

      In addition and amongst other projects, Steven has worked on small and large scale residential projects in Central London, office buildings, sports venues, education and conservation projects.



      1999-2004

      After studying at Manchester School of Architecture, Steven was headhunted to work for Arup Associates, London on the Manchester Common Wealth Stadium, now the Manchester City Stadium, Steven continued to work for Arup Associates for 5 years, amongst other projects, working on the initial proposals for Battersea Power Station and Plantation Place, a large new office building, Fenchurch St, London.



      1994-1999

      Whilst studying at Manchester, for his year out Steven had the opportunity to work in Montego Bay, Jamaica, a fantastic experience working on hotels and residential projects.



      Steven is a member of the Reading Design Review Panel, has tutored at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and has been an external critic at the University of Westminster.