New London Architecture

David Magyar


John Robertson Architects

David Magyar
David Magyar joined JRA in 2012 and acts as the practice’s Design Champion, overseeing the visual expression of the studio’s work.

He is adept at visually communicating concept designs and draws in an expressive and fluid manner to illustrate proposals. He has applied these skills across residential, workplace, retail and cultural sectors internationally over 30 years of professional practice. David is responsible for overseeing many prominent projects at JRA including the refurbishment of grade II* listed Bracken House in the City of London.

David is a visiting critic and teacher at The Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL and the Welsh School of Architecture. He is also a committee member of the New London Architecture and City Architecture Forum.

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JRA Longread: Sustainability

Net Zero

06 August 2021

JRA Longread: Sustainability

JRA delve deep into one of the hottest topics in construction, sustainability.

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