Neil Dusheiko studied architecture at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg graduating in 1994 with distinction. Following his studies he worked for various practices in Sydney, Australia until moving to London in 1998.
Neil has a passion for detail and for creating light filled homes whose identities are shaped by the experiences of those who commission them and where they are set. Working in a creative studio alongside the canal in Angel, Neil strives to deliver projects that enhance the locations in which they are set. Creating homes people love living in.
Neil lives with his family in Stoke Newington in a home he designed for himself.
Fabian studied RIBA Part I and II Architecture at Northumbria University achieving a distinction and best in class. He has published two academic papers on “Live Projects A Student Perspective” and “The Use of Augmented Reality with BIM” presenting both papers at international conferences.
Previous experience in practices based in Melbourne, Australia and Chang Mai, Thailand specialising in carbon negative projects.
After completeting his masters, he gained experience working at Fraher Architects on a range of residential and commercial projects which has won a number of awards with experience in designing and manufacturing bespoke joinery and lighting design. Fabian has recently gained his Part III at Greenwich University with a distinction and best in class.
In his spare time, he enjoys photography, cooking, bouldering and a keen interest in new technology.
Mariko studied at the University of Melbourne in Australia where she was awarded the Nell Norris scholarship for best all-round student in her final year.
After working for Architectus for 8 years and completing a $30m police training facility as project architect, she relocated to London, where she worked on several residential projects and the £10m new-build Edith Neville Primary School at Hayhurst and Co. Mariko gained her Part III in 2017 at UCL and is an ARB registered architect.
In her spare time Mariko likes to run, go to the football and draw people’s faces.
Pamela completed her architectural training at the Mackintosh and Bartlett Schools of Architecture.
She has previous experience in both high-end residential and social housing sectors and amongst others has worked for Giles + Pike, Paul Archer Design and HTA Design.
She is a conscientious designer with an eye for detail. She enjoys working on layouts and takes great pleasure in the development process; seeing how the myriad of client, site, legal, planning and regulatory constraints influence and inform a scheme.
Pamela joined NDA in the December of 2017 and is an ARB registered architect.
In her spare time, she enjoys sketching, baking, teaching Sunday School, cycling and walking.
Part-II Architectural Assistant
David studied RIBA Part I at the CASS and recently completed his Part II at Oxford Brookes University in 2017.
He has had previous experience working on Urban schemes, public realm, high-end residential and commercial projects, amongst others with 3 years’ experience having worked for practices in Ghana and the UK.
Largely interested in the physical fabric of a site be it; form, use or spatial characteristics, and its relationship with the user/users, technology and sustainability; David enjoys working, judiciously, through the architectural process and is constantly thinking about architecture through sketches, modelling and photography.
He is now working towards gaining more experience and ultimately his Part III. David enjoys playing football, cycling, photography, sketching and writing.