Architect based in East London, specializing in work in context with historic/listed buildings from contemporary to traditional.
Simon Hurst trained at Bath University and The Prince of Wales' Institute of Architecture. He worked for John Simpson, then John Outram, and since 2001 has been working for himself. In 1998 he was awarded a travelling scholarship from the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, learning the crafts of historic building conservation.
Projects include the design of a new great hall for a Tudor manor house in Kent, works to a Grade I listed country house by Sir John Soane, extensions and alterations to several listed buildings in London and Essex. Alterations to properties in St. Tropez, Moscow, a new Classical library interior in Paris, major alterations and new works to a substantial Grade II* house in Chelsea. A new 'manor house estate' residential development in Essex. A large new farmhouse in the Cotswolds with barn conversion, new indoor pool and outbuildings. Simon Hurst is the Honorary Architect to the Art Workers' Guild, Trustee of the Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust, and a Patron of the Soane Museum.
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Title: Sweet Shop
Description: New shop front for an old fashioned style sweet shop in Walthamstow. Winner of Best Shop Front 2012 in the Waltham Forest Love My Borough Awards.
Title: Pool Building
Description: New indoor pool in the style of a Cotswold Barn
Title: Cotswold Farmhouse
Description: Vaulted stone porch to new wing of a farmhouse in the Cotswolds