Sam Potter

Partner, Make Architects

Sam joined Make in 2010 and has led a number of key projects for the practice, including the high-profile, historically sensitive London Wall Place, a new office and public realm scheme in the City of London. He worked on site throughout the construction process to oversee the delivery of this project.

Prior to joining Make, Sam gained extensive experience in urban masterplanning, contributing to designs for both Parliament Square and Waterloo Station Square. He has since has overseen several masterplans for Make and helped develop various residential and office schemes, including 5 Broadgate, our award-winning headquarters for UBS.

Sam’s educational background includes time at the University of Cambridge, Harvard and MIT, and he has taught at several prestigious architectural institutions, including the AA and London Met. He is a proud member of the Brent Council Design Review Panel, supporting quality design by providing independent and constructive advice.