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Kevin established KJC Architects in 2015 with a selection of small domestic projects in 2015 and the practice has grown from strength to strength since then. Kevin is currently overseeing numerous projects in the South London and Surrey areas, ranging from a bespoke fermentation plant for a local cider company in Guildford to a £1M refurbishment of a townhouse in Wandsworth. Kevin is using his experience from over a decade of working as a project architect in larger commercial offices to provide a detailed bespoke design service for all the practices clients.
Kevin Clarke graduated from the University of Dundee in 2009 with a Masters in Architecture. In his final year of university, he won the award for "Outstanding contribution to the School of Architecture" for his thesis project exploring the feasibility of converting derelict properties in Orkney into sustainable community buildings to spark a regeneration of architecture on the island.
He has extensive experience in residential, conservation, commercial and hotels/leisure sectors. With over 10 years experience specialising in the hospitality and high end residential sectors, he has worked on numerous award winning and prestigious projects, including Hilton Ageas Bowl and The Ned Hotel for Soho House at 27 Poultry. Through his career he has worked at award winning practices in both the UK and Ireland including, EPR Architects, Arup Associates, Allan Murray Architects and Cooney Architects.
He has a particular understanding of working with existing buildings, especially heritage and listed buildings across London. Throughout his career he has worked on Grade l and Grade ll listed buildings across the U.K. as well as many locally listed buildings in conservation areas.
Sustainable and holistic design has become a key element to how he approaches each project. He believes that by combining the clients brief with relative precedent and utilizing the site to its full potential is the key to every project, lar