Meet the Committee
Our committee members
The committee is made up of a small group of architects within Buckinghamshire who have a desire to help and support small practices and sole practitioners within the Buckinghamshire area and we are supported by the RIBA South East Regional Office.
We have currently set up and are running specific groups such as WAM (Women Architects Meetings) and Sole Practitioners support groups. We also meet socially to organise building visits across the county and host public lectures at MK Gallery and smaller scale CPD lectures specifically relevant to our current projects. We would love you to join us and all of the future visits will be advertised on this site.
The launch of the new RIBAbucks website co-funded by RIBA LIF money and branch membership funds will help to promote these events to the wider membership. If you wish to be on the committee we would welcome additional help and this will enable us to put on more activities, please contact anyone on the current committee who would be able to assist.
Practice owner Rachael Wilson BA (Hons); Dip Arch (Architecture); Dip EED (Energy efficient design); ARB; RIBA. Rachael has been a senior project architect for large new build social housing schemes in Milton Keynes and London. Has significant levels of team management experience within the retail and commercial environment. Accredited sustainable design consultant and trainer. Research and development for ‘Climate Change Tools’ for the RIBA with Rickaby Thompson Associates. her specialist skills are in environmental design, Rachael was an EcoHomes assessor and worked on Passivhaus projects. Award-winning design schemes including the refurbishment of Lloyds Bank head office in Lombard Street; this achieved the City of London Heritage award and the Millennium lighting award.
Successful and profitable completion of several self-build residential refurbishments for herself and clients.
Adrian is vice chair of The Buckingham Society of Architects.
Adrian Morrow studied at Manchester University. After qualifying in 1983, Adrian worked for architects Aldington Craig and Collinge before moving to Denton Scott Associates in Milton Keynes. Following the completion of Hilltops Medical Centre and the Silverstone Press Facility, Adrian moved to YRM in London. Following a period working for Robert Macdonald Associates and Jestico and Whiles Architects, Adrian joined Allies and Morrison in 1995, where he became an Associate and Technical Group Leader. Adrian joined architecture MK in 2003. In 2006, after commencing work award-winning Oak Chapel at Crownhill Crematorium, Adrian became Principal Architect. Adrian then worked on schools and a housing project for Patel Taylor, before setting up Adrian Morrow Architects in 2011. His own practice’s first completed project was his national award winning Art Studio in Loughton designed to PassivHaus principles.
Rachel Luckett Architecture was established in 2014 working within the domestic sector, she enjoys the variety of work, flexibility and client contact which comes with being self-employed. She has designed and built her own barn conversion with her husband Marcus. She specialises in Listed Buildings and conservation projects, extensions and New build homes.
She enjoys working closely with her clients to take the project from concept to final completion.
Councillor Warren Whyte is an ex-chair and is currently the Treasurer for the Buckinghamshire Society of Architects.