Ashworth Parkes Architects is an award-winning design studio based in Cambridge. We design buildings that are an insightful and creative response to an individual brief. Thorough research and thoughtful analysis are the starting points from which we develop new ideas and solutions with our clients to create buildings that express a sense of place, are meaningful and joyful to their users whilst having architectural integrity.
After leaving university in 1995, Jeremy has worked for several practices in London and Cambridge. He spent eight years working for Short & Associates, a pioneer of naturally conditioned buildings in the UK, during which he was project architect for the award winning Lighthouse Art Centre in Poole, and five years at the award winning architects Cowper Griffiths.
Since founding Ashworth Parkes Architects in 2011 he has designed a variety of projects including the RIBA Award winning Garden Buildings at Warmington and the Garden Pavilion in Grantchester. Currently he is working on several one-off houses, apartment buildings, high-end refurbishments and extensions.
Aside from his interest in architecture his passions include cycling, The Pastels, Northern Soul and Tottenham Hotspur.