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Oliver studied architecture at Oxford Brookes University and then completed a postgraduate in architectural studies with distinction at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. He went on to work in the exhibition and set design before winning the BBC’s Young Designer of the Year in 1998. Following this, he set up the interior and architecture practice, Blustin Heath Design, with business partner Nikki Blustin.

The practice worked on architectural projects at a variety of scales, creating practical, beautiful sustainable designs for the likes of Barratt Homes, BioRegional, ING Real Estate and Islington Council, designing their Sustainable Living Centre. Since moving to Brighton and having children Oliver has been promoting his new design company, Heath Design Ltd, where he continues to work on a variety of schemes such as community centres, restaurants, commercial and domestic design projects.

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Oliver has been involved in numerous television projects including BBC’s Home Front and BBC Changing Rooms, BBC’s Heaven and Earth, Channel 4’s House to Home and ITV’s Front of House. Throughout his media work, he makes a positive commitment to discussing sustainability; demonstrating how people can make it part of their lifestyles in ways that won’t compromise their sense of style.

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