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Scott Robinson

Scott Robinson

 

BArch                  Project Leader

 
 

 

Scott Robinson graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Architecture in 2006. He has over 10 years of experience in urban design, masterplanning, and the design and delivery of various high profile residential led mixed-use schemes. Scott has been involved with the design of both the King’s Cross Central and Aylesbury Estate masterplans and the delivery of a 234-unit mixed-use scheme in Wembley as part of the wider masterplan for the area. He was also responsible for achieving planning consent for a 76-unit residential development in Newcastle, which was announced Project Winner at the National Housing Design Awards 2013, and Supreme Winner at the National Housing Design Awards 2016.

Recently, Scott has worked with John Burrell on several alternative schemes for SAVE Britain’s Heritage, including a new vision for the Smithfield General Market (which resulted in saving the building from demolition, and is now to be the new Museum of London) and also for King's College, and the historic Norton Folgate area of the City of London.