OUR TEAM

Mark Penfold
With over 30 years experience and a founder of the practice, Mark has designed award-winning buildings in education, community and residential sectors. He chairs the South Downs National Park and the North East Hampshire Design Review Panels, and chairs the board of an arts company. He is an accomplished classical organist and sings in a large choral society.
Andrew Aldridge
In 35 years as an architect, Andrew has extensive experience managing medium and large practices, with UK and European experience working on and leading large and complex schemes, focusing on strong client and user focus. A talented and practical designer he is an advocate of well organised team working. Andrew is a local parish councillor and has a young family.
Nigel Lowe
With over 30 years experience as an architect, before joining Macallan Penfold Nigel was a partner in a small practice working in the light industrial and office sectors and worked with an associate practice in the Bahamas on luxury residential developments. Nigel is a governor at a primary school and enjoys fishing and motorcycling.
Lee Packman
Lee has been a chartered architect for 8 years, and has worked on projects in the public and private sectors. Lee has successfully completed the RIBA course and taken on the role of ‘Principal Designer’ under the CDM regulations. Lee has a young family and enjoys sport and photography.

AWARDS

At Macallan Penfold one of the greatest rewards is seeing a project completed and to share in the experience of people using the buildings. However, it’s always nice to get acknowledgment from others and to receive awards that celebrate our work too. Here are some of the awards that we have received over the years:

Community Building Award

Winner of the Community Building Award at the Waverley Design Awards 2011 for the Woodlarks Disabled Campsite

Environmental Enhancement Award

Winner of the Environmental Enhancement Award at the Waverley Design Awards 2009 for the Piazza at Godalming College

Waverley Design Awards 2009

Highly Commended in the New Building category at the Waverley Design Awards 2009 for the Performing Arts Building at Godalming College

East Hampshire Conservation and Design Awards 2009

Winner of the East Hampshire Conservation and Design Awards 2009 for the Austen Building at Alton College

Alterations, Conversions and Refurbishment Award

Winner of the Community Award and Highly Commended in the Alterations, Conversions and Refurbishment Award in the Waverley Design Awards 2009 for Disability Challengers, Farnham

East Hampshire Conservation and Design Awards 2009

Finalist in the East Hampshire Conservation and Design Awards 2009 for the Wessex Arts Centre at Alton College and for Magdalen House, East Worldham, Alton

Waverley Design Awards 2007

Winner of the Waverley Design Awards 2007 for the Independent Learning Centre and the Sports Hall at Godalming College

Godalming Civic Trust Awards

Winner of various categories of the Godalming Civic Trust Awards 2008 for projects at Godalming College

Alton Society ‘John Ambrose‘ Design Award

Winner of the Alton Society ‘John Ambrose‘ Design Award 2008 at Alton College

Basingstoke and Deane Design Awards

Winner of the Basingstoke and Deane Design Awards in 2000 and 2002 for the Refectory Building and the Reception Building at Queen Mary’s College, Basingstoke

RIBA Downland Prize

Shortlisted for the RIBA Downland Prize for Reception at Queen Mary’s College, Basingstoke