Mark Hoare

MA (Oxon) BA Arch Dip.Arch RIBA

Mark’s experience includes masterplanning and community work, the refurbishment and alteration of important listed buildings, and the design of new buildings. Mark was previously an Associate Director at ADAM Architecture, where he led the firm’s London office. Prior to that he worked for the Soil Association, advising on the design of their new low-carbon headquarters and education centre.

After reading Classics at Oxford University, Mark went on to study architecture at the University of Greenwich and University College London. He is an enthusiastic and intuitive designer of buildings, gardens and furniture. His interests include the use of natural building materials and the connections between culture, climate and place.

Mark was a member of the National Trust’s Architectural Panel from 2006-2015. He currently serves on the National Trust’s Historic Environment Group and Design Advice Forum. He served from 2004-2014 as a Trustee of the Prince’s Foundation, chairing the Prince’s Foundation’s Education Committee. He currently chairs the judging panel of the Prince’s Craft Awards. He was awarded the Lethaby scholarship by The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings in 2003 and was elected to The Art Worker’s Guild in 2008.