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BA (Hons) First Class, BArch Distinction, MA Architecture Distinction, PG Cert Professional Practice Distinction, ARB

Formed in 2011 Matthew Hynam Design is an architectural practice led by architect Matthew Hynam. Since its formation the practice has had the opportunity to collaborate on a wide range of projects which most recently include:

  • designs for a community hub on the London Road in Bath in collaboration with the Friends of Longacre Hall. Matthew helped write a business plan for the scheme and lobby local councillors and members of Parliament.
  • a series of proposals for reusing the historic fabric of Bristol University’s Goldney Hall campus. This project continues an on-going collaboration with conservation architect David McLaughlin.
  • a mapping study that explored the significance of Bath’s Spa entitled ‘a Verye excellent treasure’. This project was part of a collaboration with architect, planner Christopher Pound and is hoped will form part of a European wide study to include the spa springs within the city’s UNESCO World Heritage Status.

Previously Matthew worked for Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios in Bath before co-founding Studio KAH. At Studio KAH Matthew worked on a number of projects including private houses, arts installations, community buildings, prototype hub buildings, an arts centre and a series of contemporary interventions for a medieval church.

As well as working in the practice Matthew has been involved in further education through teaching and research as a visiting lecturer to the Architecture & Planning degree course at the University of the West of England. This is seen as an important part of developing an architectural acumen and continuing the intellectual debate about architectural language and ideas.

Matthew continues to look for new and exciting projects and clients. Please contact me if you have a project you would like to discuss.

Tel: +44 (0) 7960659956

matthew@matthewhynam.co.uk

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National Trust proto-type hub: model view

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Between Cities: short film

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colour texture light, intervention - Carole Waller & Studio KAH, photo by sense media group

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House in Lyncombe Vale: proposed front view

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St Stephens: Student workshop image

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Jeffrey’s Road, London, FCB Studios

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light texture colour, filmic frame - Carole Waller & Studio KAH

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Vassall Community Centre: proposed courtyard view

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St Stephens: image from ‘Reconnecting Space’ exhibition by student Jess Irwin

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St Stephens: 3D model section through church

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Filmic Space: walking space

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Public Art installation: abstracted image

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National Trust proto-type hub: section

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Vessel: model view closed

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Public Art installation: final proposals for colour texture light forms

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Jeffrey’s Road, London, FCB Studios

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National Trust proto-type hub: riverside view

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Vassall Community Centre: proposed hall section

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Jeffrey’s Road, London, FCB Studios, Julia Kashdan Brown, Matthew Hynam

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Vessel: perspective view

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Labyrinth: short film

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Public Art installation: detail of silk screen printing

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Gravity: zoetrope concept