Rebecca Little

Arc is a core team of architectural staff, augmented by a variety of related specialists who join us for particular projects. These include craftspeople, economists and ecologists. Day to day we work closely with engineers and surveyors experienced in conservation and sustainable design.

Tom Morton, Director
MA(Hons) DipArch, ARIAS
Tom has considerable expertise in ecological construction, conservation and the reuse of old buildings. He has managed a wide variety of projects for private and community clients and leads Arc's research activities. Tom is RIAS accredited in both conservation and sustainable design.


Paul Higginson, Associate
BA(Hons) DipArch
Paul has experience of working for some of Britain's leading practices, as well as teaching architecture in a number of top architectural schools. Paul has a keen interest in all aspects of sustainable construction and is BREEAM Office certified. Paul is RIAS conservation accredited.

Heather Winship, Practice Administrator
Heather joined Arc in 2008 as our Administrator. Heather has an HND in Conservation Management and has written management plans for Hampshire Wildlife Trust and Plantlife following her research into rare plant species. Heather has also trained as an Energy Champion for the North Howe Transition Toun and bakes delicious cakes when not working at Arc.


David Seel, Architect
MA(Hons) DipArch MSc ASD
David has experience of a wide range of projects, including a number of listed historic buildings. David is also a part-time tutor in energy modelling software at Edinburgh University and editor for the Scottish Ecological Design Association.


Oliver Goddard, Architect

BA(Hons), Prof.DipArch

Oliver has a passion towards ecological design, utilising site sensitivity and natural materials. Since graduating from the Centre for Alternative Technology, he has obtained experience from ecological-minded practices and led volunteer self-build projects in Tanzania and Belize.


Other consultants include:

Rebecca Little. Earth and Lime Specialist
Rebecca Little works as a consultant to Arc on projects and research requiring specialist technical knowledge. She is also director of REBearth. Rebecca studied archaeology and trained in conservation with Historic Scotland.