Neil Rodgers 2019

Neil Rodgers

Neil Rodgers graduated from Hull School of Architecture in 2003 before moving to Westminster University to continue his architectural education, graduating in 2006. Before joining Henley Halebrown, Neil worked in a number of practices including Studio BAAD in West Yorkshire, where he was involved in a diverse array of projects and sectors including residential, arts and education buildings.
Since joining Henley Halebrown in 2006, Neil has worked on a diverse group of projects. These include 1-6  Copper Lane, London’s first co-housing scheme, and De Beauvoir Road and Union Wharf, both mixed use buildings in the London Borough of Hackney.

Through explorations of graphic representation and 3D – modelling, Neil has become increasingly involved in directing the studio’s visual style and is responsible for Henley Halebrown’s presentation of projects and drawing protocols.