Course Studied: BA (Hons) Interior Design
Year of Graduation: 2003
Jonathan trained at Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication and the Royal College of Art, winning the RSA design award and exhibiting his final project 'River City' at the Venice Biennale. With a passion for design excellence, Jonathan was a member of the RIBA House of the Year 2016 jury panel.
He has worked for several internationally regarded practices including Foster + Partners, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and Branson Coates Architecture.
In 2009 Jonathan co-founded Dallas Pierce Quintero which has since become an award-winning art and architecture studio based in London. In 2015 the studio was runner-up for the RIBA London Emerging Practice of the Year. The range of projects are diverse, from architecture to public realm, to community engagement and cultural strategies. Awards, recognition, and other highlights;
Architecture Awards (For Courtyard House)
- Winner: RIBA London Regional Award 2015
- Winner: RIBA London Best Small Project 2015
- Winner: New London Architecture Best Home 2015
- Short-listed: RIBA London Emerging Practice 2015
Public Realm Awards
- Winner: Part of the team awarded principal winner in the Restoration & Regeneration Category of the BALI National Landscape Awards 2015 (For Towards Stillness)
- Commendation: New London Architecture Award in the Public Spaces Category 2012 (For Abundant Amelia)
- Shortlisted: Conde Naste Traveller Innovation & Design Award 2011 (For Abundant Amelia)
- The Architecture Foundation's New Architects 3: Selected as one of 100 practices established in the ten years since 2005 to feature in this definitive survey of the best British architects selected by a jury of leading critics and curators.
- Royal Academy of Arts Future of Housing Exhibition: Invited as one of four practices to contribute to their 2015 housing exhibition. This programme of events and debates had at its core the housing crisis in London.
Jonathan has taught on both the foundation and IDEA's course at Ravensbourne.