Patrick Stimpson
Architect | BA Dip Arch RIBA ARB
After graduating architecture at Oxford Brookes University, Patrick qualified as an Architect at the Architectural Association in London. Before starting Space Program, Patrick worked for BGS Architects on projects for several Oxford Colleges, including the multi-award winning Shulman Auditorium project at The Queen's College.  He founded Space Program in 2012 with an ambition to create interesting and inspiring homes. As Director, he brings extensive architectural design experience along with sound planning and listed building expertise.

Patrick is a School Governor at Charlbury Primary School.

Jeni Burnell
Designer | BArch (Hons) MA
Jeni studied architecture at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Since graduating in 2000, she worked for Quattro Design Architects in Bristol, Squillace Architects in Sydney, and as a freelance architectural designer in Lennox Head, Australia. Projects ranged from Sure Start developments through to luxury homes. As co-founder and director of Space Program,  she brings architectural design, practice management, and marketing and graphic skills.

Jeni tutored undergraduate architecture students in dissertation at Oxford Brookes University. She is a practising artist (see artworks). 


Design & Build Awards: Leading Provider of Residential Architecture, Oxfordshire
Build Architecture Awards: Best Residential Architecture Practice (Oxfordshire) & Best Oxfordshire Family Living Extension Project - Garden Extension, East Oxford
Oxford Preservation Trust Award (Commendation) - Richard Benson Community Hall, East Oxford

Art Exhibitions

Shed Space: Developed by Jeni Burnell and Patrick Stimpson with Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford.
‘Time to Talk: Digital Storytelling in the Leys’: Carried out by Jeni Burnell with StoryWorks UK in collaboration with Oxford Brookes University, Museum of Oxford, Oxford City Council and Leys CDI Project. This project was awarded Heritage Lottery Funding.
‘Our Place: Creating Small Change in the Leys’: Carried out by Jeni Burnell in association with Oxford Brookes University and Oxford City Council.