WK Promotions

WK Promotions

May 10, 2021

Wincer Kievenaar are proud to announce the promotion of two members of the team.  

Megan Clarke and Staszek Stuart-Thompson have both been promoted to Associate positions within the practice.  

The promotion is made in recognition of their loyalty to Wincer Kievenaar, their dedication to upholding the practice core values and demonstration of an attitude to progress and grow the practice.  

We are excited to have them join the management team at Wincer Kievenaar and look forward to their involvement in shaping the future of the practice.  


Megan Clarke 

Megan is a chartered architect and completed the Part III qualification in 2017Megan completed her Degree and Masters in 2014 at the Kent School of Architecture. 

Megan has been with Wincer Kievenaar since 2010 and completed her Part 1 and Part II work placements with the practice. The practice is proud of her achievements and the development of her career in Architecture and pleased to see her support for our current apprentices just starting their journey towards a profession in the industry.  

Megan has a wealth of experience with a focus on residential design, with examples including the residential development at Shotley Marina, Goldsmith’s Mansion, Sudbury and most recently, the proposed redevelopment of Abbey Farm at Butley Priory.

Staszek Stuart-Thompson  

Staszek is a chartered architect and qualified in 2015 having completed his Part III qualification with the practice. Staszek studied architecture at The University of  Edinburgh and having completed his Degree and Masters he joined Wincer Kievenaar in 2012. 

The practice is equally proud of Staszek’s achievements and contribution to the practice both in design quality but also his desire and ability to share knowledge with others. Staszek is also supporting one of our Architecture apprentices as we continue to develop our team.  

Staszek has worked on a broad range of projects and has lead the design for some of our recent education, leisure and regeneration projects including: Partridges, Hadleigh; Felixstowe Ferry Golf Club; and Newmarket Academy Library