BSc(Hons) BArch DipArch RIBA AABC CEPH
Touseer is a graduate of the Welsh School of Architecture and a conservation-accredited expert. He is a Quinquennial Inspector for the Diocese of London as well as being a certified Passivhaus designer. Passivhaus being the world’s leading international low energy design standard and a highly innovative and effective way of reducing energy use in buildings, as well as providing high standards of comfort and building health.
He is passionate about using creative design solutions when working on the repair and adaptation of historic buildings that are of national significance, and understanding context to provide sensitive designs that help to ensure a sustainable future for our shared heritage.
His strength is in his ability to work collaboratively with clients, communities and skilled craftspeople to help transform buildings and places. He particularly enjoys working with traditional materials and contemporary detailing, integrating both modern and traditional technologies in making buildings that are fit for modern purpose.
Projects where Touseer has been the conservation and architectural lead include St Pauls Cathedral Library, Blickling Hall Library, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, 6 Fitzroy Square (Georgian Group Headquarters), Fitzroy Chapel, Sovereigns Gate Lodge (Osborne Estate), Hanover Square Retained Facades, Grand Committee Room (Palace of Westminster) and more.