MArch, MEng, DipArch, ARB, RIBA
Kalpesh joined Stanton Williams in 2001, and has worked on many of the practice’s award winning projects including the new world class visitor facilities, public realm and square at the World Heritage Site of Tower Hill, the interiors at the Stirling Prize winning Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge, and was the Associate responsible for the Hackney Marshes Centre and Victoria Hall student housing scheme in King’s Cross London.
Most recently he was Project Associate for the Zayed Centre for Research into Rare Disease in Children, the world’s first purpose built centre dedicated to paediatric research into rare diseases for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity and University College London on an historic central London site. He was also involved in the client briefing workshops for the Museum of London relocation to the heritage market buildings at West Smithfield, London.
Kalpesh graduated in Architectural Engineering from Leeds and Penn State University, USA in 1994. During this period he was sponsored by Arup working on many high profile projects such as Kansai international Airport in Japan and the Lingotto Fiat Factory in Turin, both with Renzo Piano Building Workshop.
After returning to Nottingham University to complete his Diploma in Architecture, he worked with Sir Denys Lasdun for 3 years on his final completed project: an extension to a Grade II Listed country house also designed by Lasdun in the 1970’s.