Jonathan Hagos, Freehaus
Jonathan Hagos

Jonathan is a co-director of Freehaus, an award-winning RIBA chartered practice dedicated to putting people at the core of their outputs and to designing spaces that are accessible to all. He is an RIBA Conservation Registrant and Quinquennial Inspector and has a wealth of experience delivering sensitive, civic focused interventions to historic contexts across the country and abroad.

He has taught at various UK universities and has lectured widely. He is currently an External Examiner at Oxford Brookes University where he previously taught undergraduate and postgraduate architecture courses. In 2022 he was an Ardagh Young Creatives Mentor at the Design Museum, helping to nurture pathways into the profession for young people from under-represented groups.

Jonathan sits on the Quality Review Panel for the London Legacy Development Corporation, The Royal Borough of Greenwich and the Hackney Regeneration Design Advisory Group and is a Mayor of London’s Design Advocate. Jonathan was named as one of the Architects’ Journal’s "40 under 40" and more recently his practice Freehaus has been named as one of the Architectural Record’s Design Vanguard of top emerging practices in the world and was highly commended in the Building Design Young Architect of the Year Award.