Nigel Bailey

Nigel graduated from the University of Cambridge Department of Architecture in 1989. He worked in private practice before joining Dixon Jones in 1995. In 2006 Nigel joined Terry Pawson Architects to carry out a competition winning design for the Linz Opera House in Austria and on completion of this role in 2008 he re-joined Dixon Jones. He was made Associate Director in 2018.

Nigel is an experienced project architect and has led teams on a number of high profile arts projects, designing and delivering nationally significant, complex, high quality projects within listed buildings.

Nigel is currently running a large residential project in Marylebone High Street, which entails retention of an existing art deco façade and the careful integration of new build mews houses and apartments.

While at Dixon Jones Nigel has acted as project architect for the National Portrait Gallery extension and the National Gallery Master Plan and subsequent East Wing Project. On both schemes he was responsible for the delivery of the projects and coordinating the teams from inception through to completion.

On the Kings Place project Nigel oversaw the detail design and construction of the concert halls and directed the building team through novation and production information stages.