Ba(Hons), Arch MArch(UCL), ARB, RIBA
Born in Northern Ireland, Kevin did his undergraduate at Manchester School of Architecture and then his Masters at the Bartlett School of Architecture. Upon graduation Kevin worked with Heatherwick Studio on a 60,000 square meter park for the royal family of Abu Dhabi. Kevin qualified as an architect and was admitted to the Architect’s Registration Board after working on a £32 million new build Hilton Hotel for the Tate Modern Museum.
In 2006 Kevin moved to Hong Kong and China to work on several large mixed use projects and returned to the UK where he co-founded A:RK with early commissions including a new build family home in the Norfolk Broads National Park and a concept school for Camphill Village Trust. A:RK have exhibited collections of their work internationally to include Bin Matar House, Bahrain; the Royal Academy of Art and the Barbican Centre, London.