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Myles Reece

Myles enjoys finding unique solutions to challenging urban sites and unlocking these for our clients. He strives for projects to be environmentally, socially, and contextually driven. Always looking to the future, he is also a champion of the integration of new technologies into the design process.

He has a wide range of experience especially in the residential sector, including Build to Rent, co-living and private homes, which he gained during his six years at a leading London architectural practice. Since joining Howells, Myles has been working on 100 Broad Street, a new Build-to-Rent project that celebrates Birmingham’s concrete heritage. The project challenges conventional high-rise buildings through its unique form and massing which maximises dual aspect apartments and shared communal spaces.

Myles completed his Part I and Part II studies at the University of Liverpool where he was awarded the Alexander Anderson Medal and completed his Part III at the University of Westminster.

Outside of Howells, Myles has a passion for old buildings and has spent the last year renovating an old schoolhouse into a family home. In pursuing his love of old structures, he can often be found on long country walks with his border collie, enjoying the refreshments found in historic pubs.

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