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.