Harry Paticas AADipl RIBA

Harry spent his childhood in Greece and has dual Greek-British nationality. After completing his degree in Mathematics and Astronomy he received a first class degree in Architecture at Kingston University. He was awarded a bursary for the diploma at the Architectural Association where he won prizes for his design and research work.

He qualified as an architect with the established London practice van Heyningen and Haward Architects before setting up on his own in 2007. He was a director of Paticas Architecture for three years prior to founding Arboreal with Tom Raymont.

He is a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Westminster, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment and previously a Senior Lecturer at Brighton University.

Tom Raymont AADipl ARB AFHEA

Tom grew up in the Findhorn Foundation in north-east Scotland; a spiritual community, ecovillage and international centre for holistic education. He studied at the Architectural Association (AA) in London and was awarded scholarships for his work from both the AA & the Royal Institute for British Architects.

Before founding Arboreal he worked for renowned international practices Eric Owen Moss Architects (Los Angeles) and Asymptote Architecture (New York). 

He is a Course Tutor at the Architectural Association School and has previously taught at Central Saint Martins and the University of Westminster.

Alda Coelho MArch ARB

Alda spent her childhood in Johannesburg, South Africa and her teens in Porto, Portugal. She studied Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Porto, Portugal and went on to do a Master in Sustainable Environmental Design at the Architectural Association, London.

Her experience as an architect started at the renowned portuguese practice João Mendes Ribeiro Arquitectos before joining a collective working across the fields of architecture, art and design. She joined Arboreal Architecture after five years split between architecture practice and research in environmental and socially sustainable architecture in Sub-Saharan African cities.

She has published articles with the International Planning History Society and lectured on Energy Use in Buildings at Westminster University, London.

Employees Past and Present:

  • Celia Marquet--Jouve
  • Ioana Giurgiu
  • Martina Mori
  • Simona Tassiello
  • Arianna Raneri
  • Giulia Ansaloni
  • Alice Meyer
  • Sherief Al Rifa'i
  • Arslan Akallaev
  • Silvia Manginelli
  • Charlotte Prins
  • Giacomo Perugini
  • Huseyin Cicek
  • Benedetta Gargiulo Morelli
  • Eva Palacios
  • Muslima Khandakar
  • Eveline Moser
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