Edmund Wilson MA Dip Arch (Cantab) RIBA
Edmund studied architecture at Cambridge University and qualified at the Bartlett School of Architecture.
Before co-founding Foster Wilson Architects, Edmund worked on a number of large scale public arts projects including a new concert hall for the Pro Corda music school in Suffolk, a new library and lecture theatre for the Institute of Child Health, as well as cafes at the Royal Festival Hall and the Hayward gallery, for ORMS architects. While at CZWG Architects he was project architect for a new mixed use waterfront building in Rotherhithe.
He has been responsible for the design of a wide range of projects undertaken by Foster Wilson Architects. Recently Edmund has been responsible for the new St James theatre in Central London, as well as the renovation of the Hammersmith Apollo. He is currently working on the renovation of Hoxton Hall, a Grade II* listed music hall in East London.
Edmund has lectured and taught widely and is currently a teaching fellow at the University of Cambridge department of Architecture. He is also co-editor of Block, a new magazine for writing on architecture, built space and the city.