William has experience in a range of collaborative projects for Local Authorities and community groups, including libraries, collaborative workspaces, and local creative industry projects. William has taught at the Cass School of Architecture for 8 years and is a member of the Harrow Design Review Panel.
CarverHaggard is a design and research practice. A RIBA Chartered Practice, and were selected by the Architecture Foundation as one of the best British practices to have emerged in the last ten years. Appointed to the GLA’s Architecture and Urbanism Panel to support local authorities with Engagement, Local Regeneration, and Design Advice from now until 2022.
Before setting up CarverHaggard with Josh Carver in 2010, William held a senior role at leading London-based practice DSDHA, where he delivered a series of award-winning, culturally significant architectural projects.