MEB Design Ltd is an architectural practice with offices in London, Oxford and Kent

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The Team

Mark Eddison

Biography

Mark founded MEB Partnership in 1983 with John Marsh, which then became MEB Design Ltd in 2008. He was educated at Wellington College, studied Architecture at Cambridge University, qualified in 1981, and then worked in private practices for two years. His particular work interests are in schools, churches, charities and the historic environment. Mark is accredited in Building Conservation (AABC), and a member of the Advisory Committee for church building in the Diocese of St Albans.  He has also been involved in, worked on and even helped build architectural projects abroad – mainly in Africa but also in Pakistan – helping charities and NGOs with the strategic plans for their sites.

Other interests include sports where he still remains active – playing cricket and running long distance. He is married with three grown-up children and has experience as a Trustee of two charities: Habitat for Humanity (till 2002) and currently Global Angels where he has been Chairman

Projects Completed

Christ Church Downend

Christ Chruch Downend, Bristol

SLG Convent of the Incarnation

St Margaret’s School, Lower School Building

The Beacon School, Amersham

Aldwickbury School, Multi-Purpose Hall

St Andrew’s Church, North Oxford

Woodbridge School Seckford Theatre

Spratton School, Hunter Hall

St John’s Downshire Hill

All Saints’ Woodford Wells

Burrswood Hospital

St Paul’s Church, St Albans

Aldwickbury School – Dining Hall

Frogmore Paper Mill – The Paper Trail

YWAM Highfield Oval

Denstone College

Mulberry House

London City Mission

Tabernacle Street

Oak Hill College

YWAM Morogoro, Tanzania

Emma Academy, South Sudan

YWAM Marromeu, Mozambique

Jascots Wine Merchants

St Mark’s Church, Colney Heath

Moggerhanger House

Glendower School, London

Bramcote School Sports Hall

St Mary’s Watford

St Andrew’s Church, Chorley Wood

Moorpark, Scotland

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