Our People

Neil Davies

Neil Davies

Principle Architect

Neil set up his practice in 2012 with a desire to create outstanding architecture, that responds to the spirit of the place in which they exist and to improve the lives of those using them. He is a fastidious sketcher, which is the catalyst for every design, created alongside the client and the team.

Prior to establishing his own studio, Neil worked at Munkenbeck+Marshall, becoming a partner in 2008 and was the Project Architect for the extension of esteemed arts institution Jerwood Space, the remodelling of the Marshall Street Baths site, and the new masterplan for the Hayes Creative Quarter for The Vinyl Factory.  He has worked on projects as far afield as New York and New Delhi.

Due to his extensive technical knowledge and successful delivery of complex residential projects, he was appointed as a technical assessor for London Borough of Camden in 2014. He advises the council on their 20-year build programme to deliver more housing throughout the borough.

Tal Baron

Tal Baron

Tal obtained her Diploma from the Universität der Künste Berlin in 2008 and has since worked at award winning practices such as dRMM, Buckley Gray Yeoman and Heatherwick Studio in London and Sauerbruch Hutton in Berlin. In those offices Tal has been integral to the successful delivery of projects across all sectors of up to £35M in contract value.

Stace Martin

Stace Martin

Stace is a senior Architectural Technician with nearly 20 years of experience, mostly in high end residential, working on projects up to £100 million. He is also experienced in retail and hotels, with 16 years worth of site experience in project delivery.

Ross Ellmore

Ross Ellmore

Ross completed his degree in architecture in Nottingham. He joined Neil Davies Architects as an architectural assistant and has had on site experience that has developed his detailing skills prior to working in practice.

Maria Perezagua

Maria Perezagua

Maria is a Part II Architectural Assistant from Spain, having graduated from London Metropolitan University in 2016 for her Part I and in 2019 for her Part II.  During her years of studies, Maria has had the chance to design a variety of projects, from installations to community buildings and different typologies of residential buildings.