Jacob Dix BArch(Hons) PGDip

Architectural Designer

Jacob joined aLL Design in 2014 after completing his Bachelor's Degree at the University of Nottingham's Ningbo Campus, where he was awarded the aLL Design award for Best Overall Performance.

His time in China has given Jacob insight into its culture and history, while also sparking his interest in its architectural and urban future. As a result, much of his work focused on improving neglected areas in large Chinese cities by utilising key buildings and sites as 'catalysts' for regeneration. Jacob's work has been displayed in a number of galleries and magazines throughout China.

Over the last 4 years Jacob has worked on wide range of projects including the successful planning application for Alaska, a residential building in Toronto; a large mixed use scheme in Brentford and a number of Chinese masterplans. At a smaller scale, he designed a much publicized house extension as part of Channel 4's TV programme 'Ugly House to Lovely House' presented by George Clarke.

Jacob recently completed his Part 2 at the London School of Architecture while continuing to work part-time at aLL Design.




Ugly House


Uhuru Mall (The Beacon)


Chengdu Book Store

Coin Museum

Hillyfields Bandstand

Cromwell Mansions

Elm Park Road