Harry joined Haptic Architects in 2022 as a Sustainability Consultant working within Haptic Green, the Research and Development arm of Haptic.
Aligned with Haptic’s aims of creating positive impressions on people and place through design, Harry believes now more than ever we must ensure we maximise positive social and environmental impact from the outset.
Having grown up in Manchester, Harry studied a Masters of Engineering in Engineering and Architectural Design (MEng) at The Bartlett, University College London. His multi-disciplinary architectural education combined environmental, building services and structural engineering. Graduating with a First Class Honours, Harry’s M.Eng Thesis investigated what role Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) have to play in the move for Net Zero housing in the UK. He aims to bring this interest in circularity, resilience and low-carbon construction to his work with Haptic Green.
Before joining Haptic Harry spent time working in Buildings and Estates Management, supporting the long-term decarbonisation and day-to-day operation of large school estate. He is now working towards his Chartered Engineer status.