Touseer is a graduate of the Welsh School of Architecture. He qualified as a Chartered Architect and member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in 2004.

He is a Certified European Passivhaus Designer (CEPH) having successfully completed the European Passive House Designer course and exam delivered by the University of Strathclyde (Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) Energy Systems Research Unit at the BRE Centre of Excellence. Passivhaus is the world’s leading international low energy design standard, adopting a fabric first approach to building. It is a highly innovative and effective way of reducing energy use, as well as providing high standards of comfort and building health.


Image: Victorian house extended and remodelled, Muswell Hill

Touseer is also an accredited conservation architect and is included on the register of Architects Accredited in Building Conservation (AABC) in recognition of his experience and expertise in undertaking sensitive repairs and alterations to historic buildings of national significance. He has been Project Architect and Lead Consultant on projects for the National Trust, English Heritage, Historic Royal Palaces, The Georgian Group, Palace of Westminster, St Pauls Cathedral and more.

Church hall extension interior

Image: New church hall to a Grade I listed church, Oxfordshire

Touseer is a Quinquennial Inspector for the Diocese of London undertaking inspections to establish priorities for the repair and preservation of their historic buildings.

Extension added to Grade I listed church in Oxfordshire

Image: Churchyard view of new church hall extension, Oxfordshire