Our directors, Ian Harvey and Daniel Wright, are ARB registered architects and together have been in practice since 1997.

Daniel Wright

  • RIBA Chartered Architect
  • Registered with the ARB
  • Member Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors
  • Qualified in 1998

Daniel graduated from Nottingham University and worked in Asia prior to completing RIBA professional examinations. Moving to London he worked in a medium sized commercial firm before working on social housing schemes at a larger practice. The opportunity arose to develop all-round skills at a smaller practice where Daniel was project architect for many commercial and residential schemes that were completed successfully on site.

Ian Harvey

  • RIBA Chartered Architect
  • Registered with the ARB
  • Member Faculty of Party Wall Surveyors
  • Qualified in 2002

Ian qualified from Greenwich University and started work for a small leisure based architectural practice before moving to a larger firm specialising in public sector work. He spent a number of years with a commercial property focussed architects before co-founding Harvey Wright Architects. The experience Ian has gained working on buildings in different sectors and of different sizes means he is well placed to handle the diverse range of projects that come through the door.

Mariana Silva

  • Registered with the ARB
  • OA (PT), qualified in 2014

Mariana completed her qualifications in Lisbon (IST, 2012) having studied Urban Design in Barcelona between 2011 and 2013. She worked in residential schemes and commercial refurbishments in Portugal before moving to London in 2016 to join Harvey Wright Architects. Having worked in projects from concept to completion, Mariana has gained valuable experience and is developing competence at job running.

Marina Carbone

  • Registered with the ARB
  • Master of Science degree in “Architecture and construction engineering”
  • Qualified Construction Engineer in 2015, Italy

Marina completed her studies at the Polytechnic of Turin with a thesis on the sustainability built environment. She started working in Italy for a medium sized practice focused on the public sector. Moving to London in 2015 she started to work in residential and commercial projects, while, in the meantime, she studied at UAL to approach the architectural design in the UK. After one year she joined Harvey Wright Architects where she’s taking care of all phases of the projects, designing solutions through architectural drawings and models, in order to be able to satisfy the client’s requirements.