Will is leader of the Sydney Studio for Weston Williamson and Partners (WW+P) and is a talented architect and urban designer. Will has a national role at WW+P, leading the design of multi-station transport networks and precincts. Will is a natural team leader, confident in driving complex projects forward in large, multi-disciplinary environments. He has a deep understanding of infrastructure and strategic design from concept through to detail, underpinned by over twelve years in international practice at WW+P.
Will brings expertise in the strategic decision making needed across new station precincts including station locations, rail alignments, major over site development and precinct and passenger focused design outcomes. In recent years, Will has lead design on Melbourne Metro, Cross River Rail and Circular Quay PPP bids.
Will’s academic background, and personal interest, in both architecture and urbanism make him well suited to large city shaping projects. Will’s experience of working alongside both public and private sector clients to deliver projects of state and federal significance gives Will deep understanding of design conception, detail, delivery, and the practical and actionable delivery mechanisms that underpin successful projects.
Before moving to Australia in 2016, Will worked in the WW+P London studio where he was Lead Architect (UK) for Woolwich Station on the Elizabeth Line, DLR Pudding Mill Lane Station and various other London Underground projects.
Will won the MSA Award for the redesign of Manchester Markets and is an author of published essays on infrastructure and urbanism. He is an active thought leader and is continually looking to expand his architectural skills and design potential in creative and challenging ways.