We are thrilled to share that our CEO and founder, Tyler Goodwin, has been featured in the RIBA Journal.
The article explores his passion for restoring and extending buildings, as well as his strong commitment to sustainability and social mobility in the industry. Tyler discusses how Seaforth focuses on upcycling existing buildings, breathing new life into them while preserving their architectural heritage.
Notable projects highlighted include the ongoing refurbishment of the Grade II-listed Space House and the remarkable transformation of 8 Bleeding Heart Yard in Hatton Garden. Tyler's inspiring vision revolves around the creation of workspaces that seamlessly integrate modern aesthetics and amenities with historical charm.
Beyond property development, Tyler is dedicated to promoting social mobility. He actively engages with local sixth-form students, offering opportunities and paying the London Living Wage for work experience. Our commitment to nurturing talent and fostering inclusivity within the industry is exemplified through initiatives like the Seaforth Scholar Programme.
Through his work, Tyler is leading the way in sustainable building practices and setting an example for the rising generation.
Read the full article below.
Photographs by Agnese Sanvito for the RIBA Journal