Sean Kieron Bailey | Architect
BA (Hons), MArch, PGDip (Arch), ARB, RIBA
Sean is an enthusiastic recently qualified architect who has recently completed his Professional Diploma at the Welsh School of Architecture. He is a quick learner and a motivated individual with a passion for creating and architectural design. His problem solving abilities and attention to detail are qualities that maintain the highest levels in his work
Sean’s architectural education began in 2011 where he began studying his undergraduate architectural degree at the school of architecture in Liverpool and in 2014 Sean graduated with first-class honours. After University, Sean’s began his first professional experience in Kent, starting as a Part I Architectural Assistant for Richard Hopkinson Architects, during which time he worked on numerous projects in and around London and Kent.
Sean returned to University after 2 years as an architectural assistant to study his MArch at the WSA. During his first year on the course he additionally took up a position working as an architectural assistant for Design Engine Architects in Winchester. Here he continued to refine his architectural abilities whilst working on a number of high profile educational and residential projects in the South of England. In mid-2018, Sean graduated as a Master of Architecture from the WSA where his work was noticed by Foster + Partners in the graduate show, and earned himself a position as a Part II Architectural Assistant in London. Upon starting this position, he addtionally took up the Part III Professional Diploma course at the WSA in which he completed in May 2020. Sean is currently a registered, chartered architect working for Foster + Partners in London.
Sean has a great interest in regenerative architecture through the means of contemporary technology. His fifth year thesis project explored the translation of Leominster’s historic timber framed vernacular through the technological capabilities of the local steel fabrication industries. This thesis ultimately aimed to bridge these two contrasting worlds.
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“Sean Bailey is highly commended for the next steps in his career he has the right attitude and skills (written, mathematical, imaginative and computer) to make a very good student and future architect. He has worked diligently for us for 18 months and contributed very well for a part 1 student.”
Richard Hopkinson, Richard Hopkinson Architects