Spencer joined Designscape as co-director in 2010. Whilst at the practice he has been Project Director responsible for a wide range of residential and non-residential projects from inception to completion including; Exactaform Tools, Coventry; Springfield Farmhouse, 7-9 Bannerdown, Bath and Hillcrest Houses, Bristol and the Avenue Minehead.
Prior to joining Designscape, Spencer was for five years, a director of Angus Meek Architects in Bristol, where he was responsible for a range of new build and refurbishment projects for both end user and developer clients, from concept design through to construction and completion. These projects included the headquarters and distribution building for medical supplies company Vygon UK in Swindon and residential schemes such as the award winning Praedium, a development of 95 apartments and 11 houses in Redland Hill Bristol for Crosby Homes. He has also worked on several student accommodation projects in Bristol, including the 356 room Dean’s Court whilst working for Alec French Architects.
Spencer had previously worked in London for ten years first for Alsop Lyall and Stormer then John Lyall Architects, on a diverse range of prestigious projects including Tottenham Hale rail and underground stations, Harry Ramsden’s Fish restaurant in Cardiff Bay and Listed Corn Exchange and Third White Cloth Hall in Leeds. Afterwards joining Foggo Associates where he worked on a number of influential and award winning office buildings in the City of London; 60 Queen Victoria Street, Cannon Street Station and 288 Bishopsgate.