Tom Holbrook claims to have fallen into an architectural career 'by a mixture of coincidence and moments where I have been lucky enough to be inspired by others'. He started his working life in the local theatre, acting as a flyman by night and a scenic carpenter by day, and went on to freelance as a prop-maker for various film productions. His decision to join the interior design course at Kingston Polytechnic was prompted by the realisation that all key decisions were taken by the ...
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