Anurag Verma – Associate Director at Latitude Architects.
Eugenia Modrego – Associate Director at Latitude Architects. Eugenia joined Latitude in 2004 and was involved in the winning team’s entry for student accommodation for United World Colleges at Atlantic College in South Wales. Eugenia has developed an interest and passion for Interior Design over the course of working on many of the practice’s private residential schemes. Eugenia was made an Associate Director in 2012 and now heads Latitude’s interiors arm and provides expert input in the evolution of all residential schemes and in particular the Interior Design element.
David O’Reilly – Associate Director at Latitude Architects. David joined Latitude straight from Portsmouth University in 2001 and has been involved in the evolution of the practice’s design philosophy as well as gaining extensive experience in all aspects of project development from inception to completion on a range of new and listed buildings. David was made an Associate Director in 2007 and has since led numerous projects including the prestigious 80 Pall Mall scheme and the high profile Lighthouse Building re-development in King’s Cross.
Sandra Morris – Practice Manager at Latitude Architects. A Psychology graduate and former teacher, Sandra joined the practice in 2005. Sandra is responsible for the day to day administrative management of the practice with a broad remit that includes marketing, human resources, financial controls and management of the office premises.
Michael co-founded Latitude in 2000 with Andrew Gilbert. At Latitude, Michael’s primary responsibility is in the initial project stages where he has significant experience of achieving high value planning consents on complex and sensitive sites. Michael also sits on the Design Review panel for the Design Commission for Wales and is an architectural student mentor at Cardiff University.
Andrew established Latitude in 2000 with Michael Griffiths. Andrew has significant expertise in developing large buildings in some of London’s most sensitive locations. He oversees most of Latitude projects during their detailed design and site stages, and he is skilled at developing the fledgling scheme into built reality while retaining the integrity of the initial concepts.
Luke Walton – Architect, Director at Latitude Architects. Since joining the practice in 2006 Luke has been involved in many of the practice’s commercial and residential schemes including new build Chalk Farm and Ridley Farm, and the development and refurbishment of 55-73 Duke Street for Grosvenor and 98 Fetter Lane for GE Real Estate. Luke was the Project Architect for the New London Architecture commended mixed use scheme at 30 North Audley Street for Grosvenor. He is currently leading mixed use scheme in Berwick Street, Soho. Luke is also very involved in the practice’s competition entries.