Stuart Cade


Rick Mather Architects

Stuart joined Rick Mather Architects in 1996 and has since worked on a range of significant projects at RMA including Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Wallace Collection, a tranformational masterplan at the Southbank, and an extension to the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith in London.

Stuart also led and implemented all phases of the Ashmolean Museum masterplan, co-ordinating the team to deliver the award winning scheme. He has a wealth of experience leading masterplanning, education, residential and cultural projects, with an expertise in contemporary buildings in complex settings. 

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