Myfyr joined the practice in 2020, initially working on a competition for the Sara Hilden Art Museum in Finland. He was later involved in several competitions and ongoing projects include large scale residential tower schemes in Moscow and Vancouver. He is currently working on project delivery for the winning submission of a new Porter’s Lodge at Homerton College, Cambridge.
Myfyr completed his Part 1 experience at Purcell where he gained experience across all project stages, working on large scale public projects including Manchester Museum as well as other conservation projects in sensitive locations. During this time, he was closely involved in and responsible for substantial packages of work during tender submissions and detailed design stages of several projects, including a large quayside development and the renovation of a Grade ll listed former market hall into a new library and cultural hub.
Myfyr completed his undergraduate degree in Liverpool, gaining First Class Honours and went on to achieve his Masters degree at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL London. In addition to winning awards as a student, including the National Eisteddfod Architecture Scholarship (Design Commission for Wales) and being shortlisted in the International Stage of the FINSA Student Competition, Myfyr has contributed to initiatives such as the Living Architecture Systems Group. He is a fluent Welsh speaker with a particular interest and knowledge of Wales’ architectural history and culture upon which his final thesis focused.