Mark Wilson Jones
Mark is an architect and architectural historian with a research focus on ancient Greece and Rome. He studied architecture at the University of Cambridge, the Polytechnic of Central London, and the British School at Rome. After working for the great Geoffrey Bawa in Sri Lanka, Mark’s first designs were a new-build house and studio for the photographer Peter Lavery, and in a collaboration on the Casa-Museo Anastacio Gonçalves, in Lisbon.
After a few years working on social housing and masterplanning in London while publishing intermittently (see publications), scholarly endeavours and teaching gradually displaced practice. Since 2000, Mark has taught history, theory, conservation and studio at the University of Bath, Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, a department which has come first in one or more of the main university ranking tables for the last twelve years. For the Bath Preservation Trust he served on their planning committee and as trustee, and he evaluates university research in the built environment for the UK Government through the ‘REF 2021’ process. Mark was recognized for his contribution to teaching by the Traditional Architecture Group, of which he recently became Chair.
Born in Poland, Jakub moved to the UK to study architecture, first at the University of Bath and then at the University of Cambridge. Having trained at top Modernist offices including Richard Rogers and Allies and Morrison he progressively embraced classical and traditional architecture and urbanism.
Jakub joined Apollodorus Architecture in 2017. Aside from expanding and refine his skills as a classical architect and draughtsman, our projects allow him to pursue his own research interests, whether in urbanism or the fascinating subject of the architectural dimensions of ancient Roman wall painting.
Victoria L V Schulz-Daubas
Architectural Designer, PhD Candidate
From the time of her studies at TUM Munich, Queen’s University, Belfast and UCA, Canterbury, Victoria pursues academia, art and architectural practice with equal interest. She joined Apollodorus Architecture in 2019, relishing the opportunity to work on a project that combines both architectural and extensive Roman-inspired wall paintings.
Victoria is currently working for the practice part-time whilst completing her PhD at the Prince’s Foundation, where her research goal is to develop an architectural understanding of the philosophical sublime that can have applications in contemporary conditions.