Paul Jolly


Paul graduated with a distinction from the University of Portsmouth School of Architecture. He worked in Dublin on high profile education projects, before joining Dixon Jones in 2002. He was appointed Associate Director in 2018.

Paul has a great deal of experience in arts and education projects, and in all aspects of design and delivery. He has repeatedly demonstrated an ability to work successfully with complex client groups and to skillfully coordinate challenging technical briefs and project requirements.

Paul was project architect for the £35m Marlborough Primary School redevelopment for the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea  which completed in 2017. This RIBA National Award winning project comprises a 5 storey primary school and commercial building on Sloane Avenue.

Paul was also project architect for the £8m Kensington and Chelsea College, and was part of the team responsible for Said Business School Phase II, Oxford. Prior to this Paul was project architect for the development of the arts and music spaces at Kings Place, including the award winning 425 seat concert hall. He also oversaw the subsequent £4.5m fit out package for the catering and conference facilities at Kings Place.

Paul is currently project architect for the mixed use redevelopment at 55-91 Knightsbridge.