Arthur Timothy

b. 1957


Arthur Timothy (b. 1957, Accra, Ghana, lives and works in London and Bath) is a qualified architect who spent his early childhood in Freetown, Sierra Leone and studied Architecture at the School of Architecture at the University of Sheffield.  He has extensive architectural experience in commercial, residential and leisure projects worldwide, and established his own practice, Timothy Associates, in 1986. The work of his studio has been widly published and exhibited including at the Royal Academy, and Timothy’s drawings are included in the permanent collection of theV&A / RIBA Drawings Collection.

Throughout his professional career, Timothy has fostered his passion for drawing and painting, including in 1986 when Lloyds of London commissioned a drawing, which was subsequently exhibited in the Summer Exhibiton at the Royal Academy of Arts and at Lloyd’s London Headquarters. In 2019, his paintings Adeline & Bankole Timothy (Accra), and Party Frocks were also exhibited in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

Timothy, and his work, have been featured in several publications including: Architects Journal, Building, the Sunday Times, The Observer and GQ.


2020 Introducing Arthur Timothy + Juan Miguel Quiñones, Ronchini, London

2019 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibtion, London

1986 Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition, London

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