Tony Ingram
Dip Arch, ARB


Tony is a board member of Four Architecture & Design and also a director of the member company, A&Q Partnership.

Tony studied architecture at Leicester and qualified in 1978. Since then he has gained experience in a wide and varied range of projects and building types.

Working at Jacob Blacker Associates he was principally involved in the Jerusalem City Museum; a unique project involving a collaborative relationship with the City Archaeologists inserting modern interpretive structures into the historic fabric.

Tony then went on to work at the Design Research Unit where he worked as Design Team Leader on the Scheme Designs for the Baghdad and Taipei Rapid Transit Systems. The former encompassed system wide building types including station and depot designs and transport interchanges.

Tony also worked for a small dynamic commercial practice in Hampstead, London, where he was Senior Architect for a number of high-profile commercial developments for blue chip developers such as MEPC, P&O Developments, Barclays and Laing Properties.

Tony joined A&Q Partnership in 1993, becoming a Director in 1995. Since working for A&Q Tony has developed an established track record within the financial services sector working on a broad range of project types embracing Retail Network Store Programmes, Head Office Buildings, Investment and Private Banking, Call Centres, Cash Centres Training Facilities and Data Centres.

Over the past 12 years Tony has been responsible for a number of high profile flagship office Workplace projects both in the UK and mainland Europe as well as Global Network Data Centre.

Together with co-Director David Peever, Tony was instrumental in the opening of the Hong Kong office in 2010. The Practice has since completed several successful projects and is currently exploring a number of opportunities in the Asia Pacific Region.