Adam Atraktzi

Adam Johnson

Alejandro Carrajo

Alex Ketnor

Andrew Hargreaves

Andrew Morley

Andrew Nicholls

Andrew Salt

Anthony Byron

Artur Jozefowski

Ashleigh Chittick

Becky Whitehead

Ben Gavaghan

Charles Jabre

Chris Cotton

Chris Fisher

Chris Hardy

Chris Levett

Clare Plumstead

Craig Cook

Craig Reed

Damian Norris

Daniel Haigh

Daniel Pound

David Bryan

David Rushe

Dominic Green

Dominic Kennedy

Eleanor Nurse

Erika Mikulionyte

Esther Metcalf

Ethan Ellis

Gary Wolstenholme

Gemma Loving

George Zubak

Iain Jones

Jason Clarke

Joe Barker

Joe Hamby

John Gabriel

John Orrell

Jon Brown

Jonathan Knowles

Karen Reynolds

Laura McGregor

Laura Taylor

Luke Brady

Luke McGuinness

Luke Sach

Maria De Marco

Mark Bust

Mark Corbridge

Mark Hargreaves

Mark Redfern

Mark Zaslona

Marta Dziuba

Matt Lawson

Matthew McDonnell

Matthew Monks

Matthew Poulter

Michael Wood

Mick Calderbank

Mike Masterson

Mike Taylor

Mitesh Dabasia

Muzzammil Dadabhoy

Neil Matthews

Odun Oredein

Oliver Brown

Oliver Taylor

Paul Duffield

Paul King

Paul Tindal

Paula White

Peter Hyland

Phil Leadbeater

Phil Tetlow

Robyn Gill

Samantha Strickland

Sarah Kennard

Sean Mannion

Shona Bell

Sophie Hodges

Stephanie Adamson

Stephanie Metaxas

Stephen Hepworth

Stephen Knights

Stuart Jarvis

Stuart Riley

Sue Ashworth

Sue Sparling

Thaleia Markopoulou

Tina Wilson

Todd Obray

Tony Green

Vera Filipova

Viktor Petkov

Voitek Okrzesik

Will Birch

Stuart Riley



Job Role: Associate Architect  


About: Stuart has worked in DLA’s Manchester studio since completing his undergraduate degree in 2005 and has worked on a wide range of projects, at both design and delivery stages. Notable projects include the Blackburn College master plan and several new buildings on campus including the Beacon Centre, the Futures Centre, the Regional Automotive Technology Hub (RATH) and Blackburn Sports & Leisure Centre. More recently, Stuart has been involved in the Halo apartment scheme in Manchester and various industrial projects in the Midlands and North West.


My Favourite Project: Stuart’s favourite DLA project is the mixed-use Churchill Way scheme in Macclesfield. DLA supported a developer client in their bid to the local authority to redevelop the brownfield town centre site. Stuart particularly enjoyed leading the design process and developing the buildings in response to the site constraints and opportunities.

Other Interests:  

Stuart is passionate about music and attends folk gigs as often as he can. He also enjoys visiting historic buildings around the country and regularly visits the Lake District and North Wales.  

Favourite Design / Building:  

Stuart’s favourite building is the neo-gothic Manchester Town Hall, designed by Alfred Waterhouse and completed in 1877. Waterhouse’s design responds positively to the triangular-shaped site: a perimeter block of offices and ancillary spaces surrounds the larger, rectilinear council chambers; an internal courtyard reconciles the two conflicting geometries.