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.
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.
Pamela has just completed a complex remodeling of a Georgian Mew House in Hyde Park and is leading a major restoration project for a Grade II Listed House in Islington as well as a complex renovation to design a fully accessible house for a couple, one of which has Cerebral Palsy and yet managed to trek to Everest Base Camp [although has said he won’t do it again in a hurry.]
In her spare time, she enjoys sketching, baking, teaching Sunday School, cycling and walking.
Jonathan is an experienced qualified project architect. Following his studies at The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen he moved to the wind swept plains of the Isle of Skye, Scotland.
Working at Dualchas Architects, he completed many high-end private homes and gained valuable experience working on listed building conversions. His love of working in magnificent landscapes spurred his participation in the curation of the Scottish Pavilion “Prospect North” at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, spending several weeks at the exhibition. While at Dualchas he oversaw the feasibility masterplan of a £10million visitor center for St Kilda, in collaboration with Reiulf Ramstad Architects, Oslo.
He moved to London and worked at Selencky///Parsons where he worked on a number of private residential projects in both urban and rural settings, including a bespoke house conversion to high-end student accommodation for post-graduate opera students and a full renovation of a Grade II listed townhouse in Greenwich.
He is currently working on a Grade II Listed House in Islington, a project overlooking Grade II Listed church, a new build house in Primrose Hill, and a few other striking residential projects.
Andrew is an experienced qualified project architect. Andrew studied at the University of Lincoln and completed his Masters at Kingston University. Another one with a great love of wide open landscapes, Andrew lived in New Zealand for several years while working as an architectural assistant in Queenstown, NZ for David Stringer Architects. He later joined Holland and Green and worked as a project leader on several residential projects.
Andrew recently qualified as an architect gaining his Part III at Greenwich University. He has been working at Studio Kyson, in a project-lead position on an £8m office-refurbishment project in Southwark, [shortlisted for in the Office Architect of the Year category at the 2019 Architect of the Year awards]
He has been leading on a range of residential projects, including a nine-storey townhouse in Chelsea. The townhouse contains a three-storey basement, with a swimming pool, gym, cinema and squash court – oh, and a slide that traveled through two storeys!
He is currently working on a range of exciting projects at NDA including another major refurbishment of a Grade II Listed Georgian House in Canonbury, another Georgian House overlooking a Listed Church, as well as several high-end residential projects in Stoke Newington.