Simon Gill studied at the University Of Westminster and subsequently won the Rome Prize for Architecture, as well as being shortlisted for the RIBA Silver Medal. He spent a year at the British School at Rome studying the relationship between villas and their gardens in the late sixteenth century. After short spells of teaching at the University of Westminster he worked in Granada, Spain at Producciones Molina Alto, and then at Panter Hudspith Architects, London. He set up Simon Gill Architects in 1997.
Simon is happiest on a boat, in a bookshop, on the guitar or somewhere he's never been before.