Thomas Corrie is an Associate Partner at Hopkins Architects in London. He studied architecture at the University of Sheffield and joined Hopkins in 2006 to work on the new headquarters for the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University.
Thomas was an integral part of the design team for the London 2012 Olympic Velodrome where he first started developing his skills in parametric modelling, developing the sightline models and designing the seating bowl. His subsequent projects include a new concert hall at Bryanston School and the initial stages of a new 5* hotel on Hyde Park Corner which is now on site.
Since 2015, Thomas has been the Head of BIM at Hopkins, working across the practice on a wide range and scale of buildings in the UK and the USA. Thomas has given presentations and spoken at conferences on architecture and design technology. He was a top ten speaker at BiLT Europe 2018 in Ljubljana. He has been a guest critic and technology tutor at several schools of architecture.
He is interested in complex geometry, data, mapping, scripting – and in his spare time he cycles, sketches and photographs blind windows.