Graham studied architecture at the University of Nottingham and the University of Cambridge. He worked with John Outram Associates, SOM and Holt Hinshaw Pfau Jones and was a founding member of Bennetts Associates in 1987 before forming Haworth Tompkins Architects with Steve Tompkins in 1991.
With Steve, Graham is involved in the design of all the projects carried out by the practice and was director in charge of the Coin Street Iroko Housing Co-op on the South Bank, 103 New Bond Street, Newington Green Student Housing, Liverpool One Regeneration, Mummery + Schnelle Gallery and the Hayward Gallery. He is currently working on major projects with the London Library, the Royal College of Art and Victoria & Albert Museum.
Graham has lectured and been a visiting critic at a number of leading schools of architecture in the UK and Europe. He has exhibited at the RIBA and in the Royal Academy Summer Show.
Steve studied architecture at Bath University and travelled extensively before joining Arup Associates in London. He was a founding member of Bennetts Associates in 1987 prior to forming Haworth Tompkins Architects with Graham Haworth in 1991.
With Graham, Steve is involved in the design of all the projects carried out by the practice and was director in charge of The Young Vic Theatre, a new music campus for Aldeburgh Music, the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, National Theatre Studio and the North Wall Performing Arts Centre. He is currently working on major projects with the National Theatre, the Everyman and Playhouse theatres in Liverpool, the conversion of Battersea Arts Centre and the Bush theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre and a new social housing project in Pimlico for the Peabody Trust.
Steve has taught and lectured extensively at a number of UK schools of architecture and is currently Visiting Professor of Architecture at the University of Greenwich, guest critic at Cambridge and external examiner at Dundee. He has exhibited architectural work at the RIBA and the RA, and landscape paintings at various UK galleries.
Toby studied architecture at the University of Cambridge. He worked with MacCormac Jamieson Prichard where he was Managing Director for the three years before joining Haworth Tompkins in 2005.
Prior to joining Haworth Tompkins, Toby lead projects such as the Phoenix Initiative for Coventry City Council, a major seven year regeneration programme that was shortlisted for the 2004 Stirling Prize, the Dana Centre, for the Science Museum, the Ruskin Archive at Lancaster University and student facilities for the London School of Economics and Trinity College, Cambridge. Since joining Haworth Tompkins, Toby has played a role in the Young Vic Theatre Project, the National Theatre Studio, Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre and the Liverpool One Regeneration Project.
Toby is also responsible for the day-to-day management of the practice and for overseeing project delivery and contract administration. He has been involved with various professional bodies including being part of the London Borough of Southwark design review panel, lecturing to the Civic Trust and involvement with the RIBA.