William is an architect with experience working in a range of sectors since qualifying in 2010. After completing a Master of Research degree in Healthcare and Design in 2019, he focuses in the architectural healthcare sector. William’s primary interest is in mental health patient care.
His work has contributed to the development of new Care Quality Commission (CQC) guidelines, was shortlisted for the Design in Mental Health Network award and has been exhibited at the European Healthcare Design Conference. His research was presented at the Humanities in the European Research Area (HERA) International Conference in Croatia and was published in 2022.
He developed new mental health patient facilities in Charing Cross Hospital. During his time with Llewelyn Davies, William has been involved in projects for the University College of London Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital. Currently, he is delivering a 30-bed in-patient mental health centre in Jersey. The project aspires to create a clinical environment that is conducive to patient recovery by thoughtful articulation of architecture that incorporates courtyards and gardens.
William was born in Taiwan and grew up in New Zealand, before studying architecture in Edinburgh and working in London. He enjoys the amalgamation of culture in London and what it brings to restaurant options. In his spare time, he likes visiting galleries and dog sitting for friends.