Michael Courtenay

Michael CourtenayMichael Courtenay is an Associate Architect and he became the office BIM Coordinator in 2019, He is working to develop the practice’s workflow to improve efficiency across the office.

He specialises in residential and healthcare work, focusing on RIBA Stages 3, 4 & 5 of large scale high rise residential and mixed use developments for large house builders/developers such as Greenview Court in Southall for Galliard Homes.

Michael excels in technical detailing and has extensive experience of Revit, which is used throughout projects, for the production of parametric based models suitable for design and construction.  He has developed the Practice’s Revit templates and has had significant involvement with the preparation of the studios BEP (BIM Execution Plan).

Michael Courtenay, who has over 12 years of experience as an Architect, became an Associate in 2019.




Chris Chelebi

Chris Chelebi

Chris Chelebi specialises in residential and healthcare work, focussing on the design and construction of extra care housing and care homes. These often include facilities for those living with dementia and utilise key design principles to create accessible and distinctive dementia-friendly environments.

His recent achievements have involved a number of projects on complex, restricted or sensitive sites with typically high client expectations which he deliver’s with outstanding results.

Foxburrow Grange in Colchester for Outlook Care, which was a finalist in the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards 2014 for ‘Best Small Dementia Unit’

Arlington Manor in Cambridge for Hallmark Care Homes, which was Winner in the Pinders Healthcare Design Awards 2019 for ‘Best New Care Home’

Chris has extensive experience of Revit. This is used throughout projects as a tool for the production of design and construction drawings and also to effectively communicate 3D concepts and ideas early in the design process. He is the Practice Technical Design coordinator.

Chris Chelebi, who has 20 years of experience as an Architect, became an Associate in 2016.


Andrew Jones

Andrew Jones is responsible for Interior Design with extensive experience of projects from private residential and commercial to healthcare, education, sheltered housing and care home interiors.

This broad portfolio has included the refurbishment of Wembley Arena and the Inflite Jet Centre at Stanstead Airport.

Andrew was responsible for the RIBA/LSC award-winning National Skills Academy for Financial Services at Tower Hamlets College in 2009.

Within the practice Andrew is responsible for Corporate Visualisation and is the Art Manager.

Andrew joined The Tooley & Foster Partnership in 2000 as an Interior Designer, becoming an Associate in 2007. Andrew graduated with a 1st Class Honours Degree in Interior Design from De Montfort University in 1996.