Laura Harriott

M.Arch PG.Dip(dis) RIBA ARB

Laura studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow, where she undertook her Part I, II and Masters of Architecture. She completed her formal training at The University of Westminster.
Before founding H+E Studio Laura worked at a range of architectural and interior design practices in Glasgow, Edinburgh and London as Lead Architect and Associate Partner at several practie incluing: PLP Architecture, pH+.   Foster + Partners and dRMM.

Laura has a wide reaching experience, from a strong background in architecture she has honed her skills in a range of project size: from the human scale of hand selecting woods to craft Royal boat houses, to travelling to Italian quarries for the selection of marble for interior finishes; From a range of high-end interior design, pavilions in China, to medium scale housing and regeneration projects in Whitechapel; to macro scale project such as her involvement with a 62-story tower in the City of London and the master planning of new towns in Scotland and China. 

Joseph Eyles 

MEng (hons)

Joseph graduated from Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh with a Masters of Engineering in Structural Engineering with Architectural Design.

Prior to co-founding H+E Studio, Joseph worked as an Associate-Team Leader at Structural Design Consultancy AKT II on a number of high profile projects, including: the new Google HQ, The MSD Discovery Centre in London’s Kings Cross, 100 Liverpool St, the ongoing Smithfield Market regeneration, and the redevelopment of the Daily Express Building in Fleet Street.

Before AKT II Joseph worked in several London Structural Engineering practices specialising in listed building renovations, existing building refurbishment and high end residential schemes. Projects included winning designs of the Stephen Lawrence Award and several RIBA regional Awards.

Joseph teaches Structural Design at UAL Central Saint Martins and at the Kent School of Architecture helping to shape the education and experience of young Architects.