Corbi graduated from the Dulwich Dog School in 2013 winning the prestigious ‘most improved puppy’ prize.
Having gained significant experience in the Parks and Waterways sectors, Corbi heads the office’s landscape team with a particular focus on daily surveys of nearby parks and woods.
Corbi retains an interest in domestic architecture, particularly comfortable sofas and window seats. Outside of the office, Corbi enjoys chasing tennis balls, chocolate cake and cuddles.
Nim is director and founder of nimtim architects, starting the practice in 2014 alongside Tim. Her energy, positivity and sense of adventure have helped define the practice and the work we have produced.
Nimi is a qualified garden and landscape designer and leads our sister company - nimtim landscapes.
A UK qualified architect since 2008, Nimi worked for many years with MPA Associates working on high-end residential and retail projects including Burberry’s London stores.
Nimi has also worked for some of London's most highly regarded practices including Penoyre & Prasad and Hawkins/Brown where she was a project architect for Corby Cube and other significant developments such as Deptford Wharves.
In 2010, Nimi joined Latitude architects where she played a central role in several major projects, most notably 55-73 Duke Street for Grosvener Estates which has recently been shortlisted for the AJ retrofit awards.
Nimi is a member of the Design South East Panel. This multi-disciplinary panel of leading construction professionals offers a clear, constructive and consistent voice on design quality in the built environment.
Nimi enjoys baking, country walks and cuddles on the sofa with Corbi the dog.
Tim is director and founder of nimtim architects, starting the practice in 2014 alongside Nim. His sensitive, playful and pragmatic approach to architecture has helped shape the practice and the work it has produced.
In addition to his work with nimtim, Tim is a teaching practitioner at the newly formed Reading School of Architecture.
A UK qualified architect since 2008; Tim has worked at OMA in Rotterdam and David Chipperfield architects in London. Prior to setting up nimtim architects, Tim was senior architect at RCKa where he was project architect for the RIBA award-winning TNG Youth Centre in Lewisham.
Tim studied at Oxford Brookes University, the Bauhaus Universtat in Weimar and the University of Westminster where he was awarded the CLAWSA prize for best design project and the RIBA dissertation prize. He continues to write on architecture and has had articles published in academic quarterlies, local journals and design magazines.
Tim enjoys cooking and eating good food, playing football and, when possible, travel.
Pippa Grayson completed both her Bachelors and Masters in Architecture degrees at the University of Nottingham, graduating in 2015. She later concluded her studies at Kingston University and is an ARB registered architect.
In 2013, Pippa spent a year working in Tianjin, China, on large scale master-planning projects and speculative public projects, including a new university campus and the conversion of large disused quarry sites to public space.
Since graduating, Pippa has worked in London on small scale residential projects, and prior to joining nimtim was working in south-west London, completing residential refurbishment and extension projects within the borough of Richmond-upon-Thames.
Throughout university, she explored architecture in both sparse rural as well as dense city landscapes, and within her final year Thesis she explored the identity of demarcated landscapes within the UK and the potential of under-sung landscapes for facilitating fast-changing forms of architecture.
Outside of architecture, Pippa has a keen interest in music, particularly in attending and participating in live concerts.
Alexandria Mackinnon completed her Masters in Architecture at the University of Cape Town in December 2015 before moving to London in April the following year.
Allie’s masters dissertation involved studying the architectural facade as an interface between the inside and the outside of public, representational buildings. Allie chose to explore this idea through the re-imagining of Parliament as the pre-eminent public building of South Africa’s democracy and the city of Cape Town.
Prior to joining nimtim, Allie worked with the Dutch-based firm Play the City in creating games as a method for collaborative urban design - using gaming as a playful way to bring top-down decision makers together with bottom-up members of society.
In 2013 Allie worked in Berlin on small to medium-sized residential refurbishments and extensions - understanding the richness and sensibilities of the existing city fabric. Throughout her studies Allie enjoyed working at a local artisan market selling fine jewellery and fun textile products.
Apart from her interest in architecture Allie is interested in many forms of art and design including pottery, surface/textile design and photography – she has recently developed her first reel of film after her trip to Iran.
Gilbert Leung completed his Bachelor's degree in architecture at the University of Bath in 2013 and he later finished his professional diploma at The Cass in 2015.
In his final year project, Gilbert looked at custom build homes for Ebbsfleet Valley as a garden city. The proposed standard modular catalogue allows occupants to enjoy the freedom of customising their homes but still maintain a cohesive architectural language throughout the masterplan. The masterplan aims to provide potential organic growth in communal hubs where activities are encouraged within shared surfaces, promoting a pedestrian-friendly living environment.
He is also passionate about contemporary art and he is currently working with paintings, photography and digital collages exploring shapes, colours and memories.
Sarah McIntosh gained her BA and MA from the Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London. Since then she has worked primarily in the arts. Prior to being office manager at nimtim Sarah was gallery manager of the Zelda Cheatle Gallery for 5 years and then manager of a photographic archive.
When not at work Sarah can be found walking her dog around the various parks of South London or dragging her family around various local, and not so local, art galleries.
Architecture has been all Jack has wanted to do since he was a small child. Stimulated by a particular interest in the mechanics of things, he has been heavily influenced by vernacular housing, alongside a number of radical architectural collectives of the 60’s.
Jack has focused on efficient sustainable architecture, dedicating his Masters Thesis to finding real-world solutions to the housing crisis. He has since worked with Studio RHE, nHouse and Orkidstudio, as well as undertaking private commissions. He has worked on projects ranging from multi award-winning, world leading developments in structural timber, to locally sourced clay brick construction in Western Africa, as well as furniture design, installations, and house extensions in London.
Apart from architecture Jack is passionate about sailing, printmaking, and cycling. He has competed in international sailing events, is a qualified skipper, and has worked professionally as a yacht delivery crew member. Through Printmaking, Jack's work has been published in a London Drawing Group book “The Printing Ideas”, and cycling has taken him up and down mountains in England, Scotland, Wales and France.