Angela is a chartered RIBA Architect and Passive House Designer.

Originally from Spain, she studied her architectural degree at Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (ETSAM). She did an Erasmus year abroad at Tampere University of Technology (TUT) in Finland, where she became interested in timber construction technologies and sustainability.

She started working as a 3D visualizer for C60 Architects with an Erasmus + Internship in 2016. She then went back to Madrid to finish her Masters. Angela moved back to Belfast where she started working as Project Architect in 2017.

She is passionate about design and new technologies, and has implemented the use of Virtual Reality in our practice.

In 2021 Angela got the Passivehaus Designer certification and started collaborating with the Perspective RSUA Magazine Committee.

Angela has also finalised Musical Studies in Manuel de Falla’s Conservatory of Music of Madrid in the specialty of piano.

AARON DAVISONArchitectural Technologist
Aaron graduated from Ulster University in 2018 with a degree in Architectural Technology & Management and joined C60 Architects shortly after.

He has a particular interest in design for mental wellbeing, something he spent time researching during his degree and presented to the International Congress of Architectural Technology in 2018.

In his spare time, Aaron likes to spend time outdoors and enjoys hiking & walking. This has led him to develop a passion for the use of natural materials and bringing the outdoors in through design which he endeavours to develop through his work.

TIARNAN HOWARDArchitectural Technologist
Tiarnan studied Architectural Technology and Management at Ulster University and joined C60 Architects soon after graduating in 2016.

Recently, he has been confirmed as a Certified Passive House Designer and looks forward to putting this knowledge into practice.

He is experienced in progressing projects from initial conception through to completion on site and enjoys building strong working relationships with both clients and contractors in the process.

GLEN MILLSArchitectural Technologist
Glenn studied Architectural Technology & Management at Ulster University and started working for C60 Architects in 2019.

In his spare time, Glenn is a practicing visual artist who specialises in fine art printmaking. His work can be found in private collections across the UK, Ireland and internationally.

ROGER PERROTTDirector at C60
After gaining an officer’s commission as a pilot in the RAF, Roger retrained as an Architect at Nottingham University and returned home to Northern Ireland. He is a Chartered RIBA architect, a certified Project Manager and is accredited on the RIBA Conservation Architecture register. He set up C60 Architects and Town Planners in Belfast in 2012.

Roger has received certification from the Academy of Experts in compliance with the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland Queens Bench Division (Commercial) Practice Direction 1 of 2015, enabling him to act as an Expert Witness.

He is a former Chairman of Nottingham Civic Trust and enjoys a role as a business mentor with the Prince’s Trust in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In his spare time Roger officiates as a starter at Athletics Track and Field events throughout the UK and Northern Ireland.

Roger studied Architecture at Nottingham University in the 1990’s, with an emphasis on sustainable design. His early work in Nottingham concentrated on conservation and regeneration of Victorian buildings for housing associations, churches and community groups as well as pioneering designs for earth sheltered buildings.

More recently Roger has also been the lead designer and project manager on some of Ireland’s largest and most complex developments including the design and planning process for the regeneration of Kingspan Rugby Stadium in Belfast and the construction of Coca-Cola’s all Ireland production and distribution facility.


BA(Hons), M.Arch, ARB, RIBA, Cert. Proj. Man., Cert. Cons. Arch.

ALAN RITCHIEDirector at C60
Alan studied at the Queens University, Belfast and worked in London with Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands (LDS) for four years before joining C60 Architects and Town Planners, as a Director, in 2014.

He has worked on a range of residential and mixed-use projects, leading multi-disciplinary teams on technically challenging and complex projects throughout Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.

While working with LDS, Alan played a vital role in development at Stratford, including the design and construction phases for two of the residential blocks within the London 2012 Olympic Games, Athletes Village. He also had the unique position of leading a team as Head Overlay Architect for the Olympic Village in Stratford for LOCOG as part of Team Populous, which designed temporary infrastructure and overlay for the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Alan is a Certified Passive House Designer, and develops C60 Architects and Town Planners environmental and sustainable design policy.


BSc, B. Arch., ARB, Cert. passivhaus

RICHARD SCOTTPart I Architectural Assistant
Richard is a Part I Architectural Assistant, currently studying an MA (Hons) Architecture programme at The University of Edinburgh.

He has been working at C60 Architects since February 2021 and has a particular interest in Passive House Design, affordable housing schemes and architectural theory. Outside of architecture, he also paints hyperrealism portraiture.

Richard has been a practicing architect for over 23 years and has worked for a number of practices in Belfast including Ostick and Williams and Boyd Partnership.

His career has also included a role as design manager for complex mixed use developments in the UK for contractor-led design and build schemes.

He has significant experience in delivering complex change of use schemes. He joined C60 Architects in February 2020.

ALASTAIR THOMSONPart II Architectural Assistant
Ally is a Part II Architectural Assistant and joined C60 Architects in late 2018.

He studied at the University of Dundee, graduating in 2018 with a First-class Masters in Architecture with Urban Planning. During his studies he spent a year working at a small practice in Forfar, Scotland specialising in low-energy timber frame structures. His final year thesis centred around forgotten ‘backlands’ plots in town centres and being able develop these sites to revitalise town centres through ‘Place Making’ and ideas relating to living, working and socialising.

Originally from South London, he briefly moved back ‘home’ after his studies to work in a practice in North London prior to uprooting to Belfast.

Currently, Ally is studying his Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Practice in Architecture at Queen’s University, Belfast, in order to become a qualified Architect.

When not working, you’ll find Ally enjoying the local watering holes of Belfast, or watching his beloved Dundee F.C – albeit that usually brings more despair than delight!


B.Arch, M.Arch + UP

SKYEHead of Welfare
Skye joined the C60 family in 2019 after she was adopted from St. Columb’s Animal Rescue in Londonderry.

She is in charge of greeting the team in the mornings and keeping the morale up. She is also responsible of welcoming visitors, vetting deliveries and testing food.