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  • Bristol Harbourside Building 10
  • Penarth Heights Regeneration
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  • Westoning Manor
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  • Bradwell Common 2
  • Westmoreland Road
  • Leighton Crescent
  • Highgrove Housing
  • Olivetti's New Branches
  • Branksome Hilders, Olivetti
  • Minster Lovell Conference Centre
  • House on the South Downs
  • Garrett House
  • Camden Mews
  • Bartholomew Villas
  • Marvin House
  • Horder House
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  • Aditi Saxena Partner

    BA(Hons), MArch, Architect

    Aditi is a highly skilled architect with a large part of her professional experience working on Higher Education projects. She has specialist knowledge of working with cross-laminated timber having previously worked at KLH UK. She has also worked at Sauerbruch Hutton Architects in Berlin, RMJM and Jestico + Whiles Architects in London. Aditi has interests in sustainability and urbanism, particularly informal settlements, and writes her own blog. Aditi studied at the University of Sheffield and qualified as an architect in 2014.

    Key Projects
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2015

  • Aditya Aachi Partner

    BSc(Hons), AADip, Architect

    Aditya has particular strengths in design development and specialist knowledge in the transport and infrastructure sector. He has previously worked for Foster+Partners and Grimshaw in London and Melbourne. Aditya has worked with NGO's, charities and the UN to deliver and develop both architectural and charitable projects and has been involved in the regeneration of post-earthquake Haiti. He has been a tutor with the annual AA Haiti Visiting School since 2014. Aditya qualified as an architect from the University of Westminster in 2015.

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick (Interior Design)
    Emerald Circus Residential Development, Stonebridge
    Maitland Park Estate Regeneration, Camden

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2013

  • Alex Abbey Partner

    MA(Hons), DipArch, FRSA, Architect

    Alex has 20 years of architectural experience in a range of sectors, with particular expertise in education, health and cultural projects. He is currently working with manufacturers to develop our off-site, quick build timber system for primary schools. Alex enjoys teaching and lecturing about the work of our practice and leads our 'Development' management team. Alex qualified as an architect from the University of Edinburgh in 2000.

    Key Projects:
    John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (Project Architect)
    Holy Cross Primary School, Swindon (Project Architect)
    Central Building Refurbishment, Fitzwilliam College (Project Architect)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1998

  • Alex Fell Part 1 Assistant


    Alex’s placement at Cullinan Studio is his first experience in the world of architectural work having graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) degree in architecture from Plymouth University. He participated in a number of study trips whilst at university, to several European cities and most notably to Japan, where he spent time at a school of architectural timber construction learning traditional Japanese building methods. Here, Alex was able to experience full-scale construction whilst working as part of a team building the timber frame for a small tea shop which now stands in Tokyo. Alex has an interest in community-focussed and socially-driven architecture which reconciles beautiful design and detailing with elegant tectonics and construction.

  • Allan Collins Partner, Document Controller


    Allan is a practising artist who provides project support for the office. He studied Fine Art at London Guildhall University and since graduating has worked in redevelopment, as well as for several design and construction companies in Ireland and London providing administrative, technical and artistic support. Allan's collaborations with Cullinan Studio have produced artistic schemes for the Barge Arm Development and Brampton Manor School. Allan has exhibited his work in a range of European shows including the Creekside Open x 2, selected by Matthew Collings.

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2006

  • Amy Glover Partner, Graphics and Marketing


    Amy is our graphic designer and looks after our publicity and communications, including printed and online marketing material, press activity, awards entries, events and bid documents. After graduating with a Fine Art degree from Kingston University in 2003, Amy worked as an admin assistant for an architects' practice in South Devon before joining Cullinan Studio in 2008. She continues to produce her own art and has worked in the art department for two short film projects.

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2008

  • Brendan Sexton Partner

    BScArch(Hons), BArch(Hons), Architect

    Brendan is an experienced architect with particular strengths in technical coordination, BIM and design development. He played a key role in our Innovate UK supported research project (IVIC) and continues to explore interactive visualisation opportunities as an integral part of delivering our projects more efficiently. Brendan has previously worked at O'Mahony Pike Architects in Ireland and BVN Architecture in Australia. Brendan studied at University College Dublin and Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan, Stockholm and qualified as an architect from the University of Westminster in 2011. 

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick (Project Architect)
    Shenley Academy and Sixth Form, Birmingham
    BFI Master Film Store, Warwickshire

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2010

  • Carol Costello Practice Leader

    BSA, DipArch, RIBA

    Carol is one of our Practice Leaders with responsibility for business development. With over 25 years of experience, she has led the design on a range of technically challenging projects, specialist cultural buildings and a number of bespoke homes; from concept to final interior design and furniture selection. Carol serves on the TRADA Board and was an advisor for the RIBA Green Plan of Work. She has been an external examiner and guest critic at a number of universities.

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick (Lead on Interior Design)
    Herbarium, Library, Art and Archives Wing, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew (Project Director)
    BFI Master Film Store, Warwickshire (Project Director)
    House in Hampstead (Project Director)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1990


  • Chris Collins Partner

    BArch(Hons), BScArchScience(Hons), Architect

    Chris has a strong interest in people-focused urban design and place-making. He has considerable experience in housing, masterplanning and regeneration projects for leading RSLs, private developers and local authorities. Prior to joining Cullinan Studio, Chris worked at HTA Design in London and McCarthy O'Hora Associates and Aughey O'Flaherty Architects on a number of conservation projects. He studied at University College Dublin and qualified as an architect from London Metropolitan University in 2012.

    Key Projects:
    Winchester Walk Mixed-use Development, Southwark (Project Architect)
    Bristol Harbourside Building 3a

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2014


  • Colin Rice Practice Leader

    DipArch, RIBA, Architect

    Colin is a senior partner with responsibilities for our delivering an excellent service for our clients and ensuring we create high quality architecture. For each project he supports the development of a clear technical strategy for building elements based on project experience and current standards. He developed his specialist technical expertise over six years investigating and remedying defects in buildings prior to joining Cullinan Studio. Colin represents the office on various research and Knowledge Management networks and leads our Innovate UK supported 'Immersive Visualisation In Construction' research project. 

    Key Projects:
    Bristol Harbourside Masterplan
    University of East London Docklands Campus (Project Director)
    Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge (Project Director)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1988

  • Dominic Wilson Partner

    BArch(Hons), DipArch, Architect

    Dom is a talented designer with advanced technical experience. Prior to joining Cullinan Studio he worked on a range of international projects at Foster+Partners, reaching associate level. Dom is passionate about contemporary design and designs and builds furniture in his spare time. He is also an accomplished violinist and keen runner, regularly participating in trail marathons. Dom qualified as an architect in 2011 from the University of Nottingham.

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick
    RHS Hyde Hall Restaurant and Activity Barn, Chelmsford
    Winchester Walk Mixed-use Development, Southwark

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2014

  • Emiliano Zavala Part 2 Assistant


    Emiliano joined in October 2015 as a work placement for The London School of Architecture, a new postgraduate school set out to forge a powerful relationship between academia and practice. Emiliano completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Westminster with first class honours. He then spent a year as an Architectural Assistant at Sheppard Robson Architects, working on a number of science buildings for Imperial College. Through student projects, Emiliano enjoyed exploring different housing typologies, which were focused around communal living.

  • Eugénie Bliah Partner

    BA(Hons), AADip(Hons), Part 2 Assistant

    Eugénie has experience on a wide range of residential and mixed-use projects. Her interest in regeneration projects and housing design was developed whilst building a home in Malaysia with Habitat for Humanity. She has previously worked at Studio Daniel Libeskind in New York and Kengo Kuma and Associates in Paris and Tokyo. Eugénie studied at Oxford Brookes University and the Architectural Association and was featured in the Wallpaper* Graduate Directory 2015 as one of the world's hottest new talents in architecture. 

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2014

  • Gráinne Nestor Partner

    BArch(Hons), BScArch(Hons), Architect

    Gráinne has consolidated her extensive design and technical experience working on a number of education and residential projects. She has a keen interest in the restoration and refurbishment of buildings and is a member of our Retrofit sector group. Prior to joining Cullinan Studio, Gráinne worked at Burwell Deakins Architects in London, Korth Tielens Architecten in Amsterdam and Aoife Hughes Architects in Ireland. She studied at University College Dublin, TU Delft in The Netherlands and qualified as an architect from London Metropolitan University in 2011. Gráinne enjoys playing the piano and on occasion plays the harmonium in her husband's band. 

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick
    Emerald Circus Residential Development, Stonebridge
    Bristol Harbourside Building 3a

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2014

  • Gwenaël Jerrett Kersulec Partner

    BA(Hons), MArch, Architect

    Gwenaël joined us in 2013, shortly before qualifying as an architect. Prior to this Gwenaël worked at Populous on large scale sports projects and Mikou Studio and Edouard Francois in Paris gaining experience on housing, education and cultural projects. She gained her Diploma from the University of Westminster in 2011, where her studies focused on social issues and community architecture. Bespoke timber details she designed for her final project won the Detail Magazine Student Award for Best Detail and two of her other projects were exhibited at the Piazza dell’Architettura (Trieste Architecture Festival).

  • Hannah Durham Partner

    BA(Hons), AA Dip, Part 2 Assistant

    Hannah has worked on new building and refurbishment projects, including a number of listed buildings in a wide variety of sectors. Hannah has a keen interest in research and is currently the oral history researcher for the AA XX 100 project which is celebrating the centenary of women studying at the AA School of Architecture. Hannah studied at Oxford Brookes University, the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia and the AA. After graduating from the AA, Hannah spent some time at Hooke Park working on the design, batch fabrication and installation of a splayed timber cladding system and internal fit-out of the Caretaker's House, which was shortlisted for the Architects' Journal Small Project Competition in 2013. 

    Key Projects:
    School of Mathematical Sciences Retrofit, Queen Mary University of London
    Holy Cross Primary School, Swindon
    Maitland Park Estate Regeneration, Camden

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2015


  • Helen Evans Partner

    BSc(Hons), AADip, Architect

    Helen has experience of a wide range of residential and urban design projects, including small-scale domestic refurbishment, high spec apartment buildings and large-scale housing developments. Prior to joining Cullinan Studio, Helen worked on projects in Conservation Areas and listed college buildings in Cambridge. She is a part of the RIBA Ambassador programme, carrying out workshops in schools to help children learn about architecture and part of our Research team. Helen studied at the University of Bath, the Universita di Ferrara in Italy and the AA School of Architecture and qualified as an architect in 2012. Whilst at the AA, Helen co-led a group of 12 students who designed, fabricated and deployed a portable cinema in Lalibela, Northern Ethiopia. This experience has fuelled her personal interest in event-based participative design and working with communities. Helen is fluent in both Italian and Spanish.

    Key Projects: 
    Artist's House in Brixton (Project Architect)
    Pontifex Wharf Residential Development, Southwark
    Baldwin Terrace Residential Development, Islington (Project Architect)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2012

  • John Romer RIP

    CEng, MICE, MIStructE, RIBA, Architect, Structural Engineer

    Sadly John died in May 2015 and we miss his wit, determination and skill. His obituary can be found on the Guardian Other Lives website.

    John initially trained as an engineer and worked for a large civil engineering contractor and design offices before joining the practice in 1987. On qualifying as an architect he worked in a number of architectural practices and taught in Schools of Architecture including the Bartlett and South Bank University. John is head of our Schools Team and has led on a range of primary and secondary school projects. John was structural engineer for our retrofit of a Victorian warehouse into our BREEAM ‘Excellent’ studios, completed in 2012.

  • Johnny Winter Practice Leader

    BA(Hons), DipArch, RIBA, Architect

    Johnny has natural strengths in managing projects and has 30 years of experience of designing educational, residential and commercial masterplans and buildings, including new build and retrofit projects. As one of our Practice Leaders, Johnny ensures that we deliver an excellent service for our clients and create high quality architecture. He sits on the Olympicopolis Quality Review Panel, advising on major cultural and university developments at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, and a Client Design Monitor at Dacorum Borough Council, Hemel Hempstead. Johnny has taught and lectured at a number of universities and designed and built his own house in London.

    Key Projects:
    Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge (Project Director)
    Pontifex Wharf Residential Development, Southward (Project Director)
    Foundry (Cullinan Studio offices), Islington (Project Director)
    Maggie's Newcastle (Project Director)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1988

  • Jonathan Marfleet Partner

    BSc(Hons), MArch, Architect

    Jonathan first joined Cullinan Studio in July 2010 after graduating from the University of Bath with First Class Honours. After graduating from his Part 2 at the University of Westminster, he rejoined the studio in August 2013. Previously, Jonathan has worked for Aaron Evans Architects and ADP, gaining experience through a series of educational, healthcare and residential projects. For his thesis Jonathan investigated the negated provision of mental health facilities and how design may intervene therapeutically. His thesis project utilised film as a medium for exploring time-based Architecture.

  • Joseph Frame Partner

    BA(Hons), MArch, Architect

    As our BIM Manager, Joseph oversees the implementation of BIM on projects, ensuring the smooth integration of supplier information and the exchange of model information with consultants and clients. He played an active role in the testing and evaluation of BIMspace - the output of an Innovate UK supported research project into immersive visualisation in the construction industry. Joseph has also worked at FAT Koehl Architekten in Berlin and Kondylis Design in New York. He studied at the University of Brighton, the Technical University of Brno in Czech Republic and qualified as an architect from the University of Westminster in 2014.

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick
    Very Light Rail National Innovation Centre, Dudley
    Cryfield Energy Centre, University of Warwick

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2013

  • Kevin Goh Partner

    BA(Hons), DipArch, Architect

    Kevin has strong design skills combined with exceptional technical skills. He has particular strengths in managing design teams, technical coordination and detail design, ensuring that the original design intent is maintained from concept through to completion. He has been involved on a number of educational, residential and urban regeneration projects. Kevin played a key role in our Immersive Visualisation in Construction research project funded by Innovate UK with the aim of improving communication of design data as a part of the drive to deliver higher performance buildings at lower cost. Kevin studied at the University of Sheffield and qualified as an architect from London Metropolitan University in 2006. 

    Key Projects:
    Spring at Stonebridge Park, Brent (Project Architect)
    House in Hampstead (Project Architect)
    Shenley Academy and Sixth Form, Birmingham

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2003

  • Kristina Roszynski Partner

    BArch(Hons), DipArch, Architect

    Kristina assists with our business development and has over 15 years of experience of working on urban regeneration and education projects. She has particular strengths in community consultation and is currently working with Repowering London to set up a renewable energy cooperative where she lives in Lambeth. After completing her architectural studies at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow, Kristina spent a year in Africa working for Habitat Associates. Kristina is Green Champion for the Lambeth Eco Teams Programme and an allotment enthusiast. She qualified as an architect from the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow in 1998.

    Key Projects:
    Rosendale Primary School, Lambeth (Project Architect)
    Foundry (Cullinan Studio offices), Islington (Client Role)
    Maitland Park Estate Regeneration, Camden

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1999

  • Lara Michael Partner

    BA(Hons), DipArch, Architect

    Lara has excellent skills in briefing multi-headed clients, particularly in spatial planning and interior design. Her meticulous attention to detail, technical know-how and tenacity in contract management ensures that our clients are delivered the best possible outcomes within project constraints. Lara has over 15 years of experience working on cultural, residential and educational projects. Prior to joining Cullinan Studio, Lara gained valuable international experience at practices in New Zealand and Malaysia, where she explored different building methods, including timber, earth and strawbale construction. She has taught at a number of Schools of Architecture. Lara qualified as an architect from Oxford Brookes University in 2001. 

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick
    Herbarium, Library, Art and Archives, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew (Project Architect)
    International Institute for Product and Service Innovation, University of Warwick (Project Architect)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2002

  • Louise Laslett Document Controller


    Louise studied Fashion Design Technology at the London College of Fashion, part of the University of the Arts London. After graduating she joined Liberty of London in their Product Development Team, later moving to Heal's and then Jamie Oliver, where she specialised in homewares and textiles, sourcing products from the Far East and developing these to suit the needs of the specific brands. Louise recently worked at Hackett London in a strategic planning role managing orders, shipments and deliveries to wholesale partners in the UK, Europe and international franchise associates. She enjoys sewing and craft related projects, making pieces for family and friends.

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2015

  • Lucy Brittain Partner

    BA(Hons), BArch(Hons), MArch(Hons), Architect

    Lucy has worked on a range of health, educational and cultural projects. She is an experienced architect with exceptional organisational skills and specialist knowledge in landscape architecture. Her Masters dissertation looked at how the positive effects of landscape can be integrated with architecture to create a therapeutic environment and promote mental well-being. In 2005 she spent a year in Malaysia working for Ken Yeang where she developed her enthusiasm for ecological design. Lucy studied at Newcastle University and qualified as an architect in 2007.

    Key Projects:
    Maggie's Newcastle (Project Architect)
    Olisa Library, Fitzwilliam College (Project Architect)
    BFI Master Film Store, Warwickshire

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2006

  • Marianne Howard Partner

    BA(Hons), MArch, Architect

    Marianne has exceptional strength in early stage design, communicating concepts with striking imagery, and project running experience, compiling a number of successful planning applications. Marianne has previously worked for Sarah Wigglesworth Architects and PTEa where she gained valuable experience working on housing projects. She is involved in the Appropriate Housing Group, formed of representatives from other architects and engineering practices, whose aim is to establish a new housing model for employees of SMEs as a solution to the current housing pressures they face in London. Marianne studied at Sheffield University and qualified as an architect from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2015.

    Key Projects:
    RHS Bridgewater Masterplan, Salford
    RHS Hyde Hall, Chelmsford
    Guardbridge Energy Centre, University of St Andrews

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2013

  • Max Worrell Part 1 Assistant


    Max joined Cullinan Studio in 2015 shortly after graduating from the Barlett School of Architecture. For his third year project, Max and a team of friends designed and made a 1:1 inflatable hall - The Inflatahall - which was portable and intended to reinvigorate the concept of community space, especially within inner-city housing estates. The Inflatahall was used for a series of design workshops with young people from a housing estate in south London, which furthered Max's interest in participation and design. Along with a close friend, he also ran the documentary series Home Sweet Home that sought to engage and educate students from the Bartlett and beyond about the history and current state of housing within the UK.

  • Michelle Killington Acting Office Manager

    HNC Hospitality & Business Management, HNC Business & Finance

    Michelle completed her studies in 2001 at Metropolitan University in London. After leaving university she joined several architectural practices working as an Office Manager over a number of years. Michelle has a keen interest in working within her community. She was the founder member and secretary of a self-build housing scheme in the area where she currently lives. With her involvement, ten houses were built with residents from the housing waiting list gaining valuable construction experience. Michelle is a licensed non-contact boxing coach teaching local children the sport on a voluntary basis. She enjoys community work and keeping fit.

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2016 

  • Nathan Breeze Partner

    BSc(Hons), MArch, Architect

    Nathan has worked on a number of residential, refurbishment and commercial interior fit-out projects. Previously he has worked at Inside Out Architecture gaining job running and design and detailing experience, and for Klaszkleeberger Architekten in Innsbruck designing bespoke furniture. A keen writer, Nathan has contributed articles and reviews to the Architects' Journal, Building Design, the RIBA Journal and Aesthetica Art and Culture Magazine. Nathan is a regular visiting critic at the Universities of Bath and Nottingham. He studied at the University of Bath, the Technische Universität München and the Bartlett School of Architecture, where he developed an interest in temporary and flexible structures.

    Key Projects:
    Winchester Walk Mixed-use Development, Southwark
    Blows Yard Residential Development, Southwark (Project Architect)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2015

  • Oliver Parkinson Part 1 Assistant


    With a background in Sculpture, Oliver has a strong interest in making and crafting. Graduating from the Bartlett School of Architecture in 2015 his final year project looked at community small-scale interventions on St Pancras Way Estate, Camden. This centered on a standardized frame, which could be fitted with off the shelf parts to create various functions. The second half of the year involved a floating mixed use modular housing typology in Kensal Rise. This scheme utilized the redundant canal system with the aim to embrace living with water. During the summer Oliver took part in the Barratt Homes & AJ Future Homes Competition. The proposal presented an alternative modular system that could adapt to growing family.

  • Pei Yee Yong Part 2 Assistant

    BSc(Hons), AADip

    Pei joined Cullinan Studio in 2015. She studied Architecture in Glasgow and London where she obtained her Part 2 from the Architectural Association (AA). Pei has experience in architecture and landscape design and has worked in Barcelona, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai and Singapore for renowned international practices - Miralles Tagliabue EMBT, WOHA Architects and Seksan Design. Pei has always been interested in the fundamental elements of architecture and the art of craft in design. Originally from Borneo, Malaysia, Pei has worked with local organisations to help build homes for the underprivileged indigenous community. Pei has also been a tutor to the AA Visiting School - Streetware South East Asia.

  • Peter Inglis Practice Leader

    BSc(Hons), DipAAD, RIBA, Architect

    Peter's responsibilities cover our processes, standards and resource planning. He has an expert knowledge and experience of project design and management with over 20 years working on Higher Education and residential projects. Peter is a visiting tutor at Cardiff University and has taught design, construction and sustainability at University College London, UEL and the University of Strathclyde. He qualified as an architect from the University of Strathclyde in 1999.

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick (Project Director)
    International Institute for Product and Service Innovation, University of Warwick (Project Director)
    Bristol Harbourside Residential Buildings (Project Director)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1995

  • Philip Graham Partner

    BA(Hons), MArch, RIBA, Architect

    Philip is an experienced designer with particular expertise in large-scale residential projects and international masterplanning. In 2011 he lived in Libya whilst designing visitor strategies as part of the Green Mountain Project and the Shahat masterplan for a zero carbon garden city of 60,000 people. In 2013 he returned twice to post-revolution Tripoli in teaching and institution-building capacities with the RIBA. Philip is currently working with private land-owners, a local authority and a multi-disciplinary working group - Appropriate Housing Group - to test partnering models to deliver more appropriate homes and places. Prior to his architectural training, Philip served as an Army Officer in the Royal Artillery. He qualified as an architect from the University of Cambridge in 2008.

    Key Projects:
    Shahat Garden City, Libya (Project Architect)
    Emerald Circus Residential Development, Stonebridge (Project Architect)
    Bristol Harbourside Building 4 (Project Architect)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2006

  • Robin Nicholson Senior Practice Partner

    CBE, RIBA, HonFIStructE, HonFCIBSE, Architect

    Robin is a senior member of the practice with a range of supporting activities. He is Convenor of The Edge, Chair of the Cambridgeshire Quality Panel, a Design Review Chair for Design Council CABE and a member of NHBC Foundation Expert Panel. He has been Vice-President of the RIBA, Chairman of CIC and was a founder member of the Movement for Innovation Board. Robin was awarded a CBE in 1999, an Honorary Fellowship of the Institution of Structural Engineers in 2002 and an Honorary Fellowship of Chartered Institute of Building Services in 2013. He is an Honorary Professor of the University of Nottingham and oversees our canalside garden.

    Key Projects:
    Lambeth Community Care Centre
    University of East London Docklands Campus

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1979

  • Roddy Langmuir Practice Leader

    MA(Hons), DipArch, RIBA, Architect

    Roddy is a superb designer with 30 years of experience of creating beautiful cultural, educational and residential buildings and masterplans in the UK and abroad. He is one of our Practice Leaders with responsibility for design. Roddy chairs design review panels for Architecture and Design Scotland and lectures widely. In 2013 he chaired juries for the RIBA Awards and the Cairngorms National Park Design Awards, and in 2014 he was on the jury panel for the UK's Milan Expo 2015 Pavilion. Roddy is a talented athlete in many arenas.

    Key Projects:
    National Automotive Innovation Centre, University of Warwick
    Stonebridge Estate Regeneration, Brent (Project Director)
    John Hope Gateway, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (Project Director)
    Shahat Garden City, Libya (Project Director)

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1987

  • Sahiba Chadha Partner

    BSc(Hons), MPhil, Architect

    Sahiba is an ebullient architect who has been a core team member on a number of housing, education and cultural projects. She has worked at DSDHA in London on mixed-use and residential projects and as a journalist for the Architects' Journal as part of their sustainability team. Whilst completing her MPhil at the University of Cambridge, Sahiba was an editor of the Cambridge Architecture Journal: Scroope, as well as a contributor to the Cambridge Association of Architects' gazette. Sahiba qualified as an architect from the University of Westminster in 2015. 

    Key Projects:
    RHS Hyde Hall, Chelmsford
    Spring at Stonebridge Park, Brent
    Shenley Academy and Sixth Form, Birmingham

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2009

  • Sarah Bell Partner, Office Manager

    BA(Hons), MDrama

    Sarah joined us in June 2012 and is our Office Manager and PA to Ted Cullinan. Sarah graduated from the University of Kent in 2008 with an MDrama in Contemporary Performance Practice. After leaving University she joined the 'Little Bulb' theatre company assisting with admin work as well as performing. From there she continued to work within the arts in an administrative capacity within various organisations and media. Sarah continues to perform in an amateur capacity in her spare time as well as enjoying crochet and dressmaking.

  • Shamiso Mushambi Partner, Accounts Administrator


    Shamiso joined us in 2015 as our Accounts Administrator and is responsible for our day-to-day bookkeeping. She previously worked in the renewable energy sector for nine years and is a firm believer of green power as an essential part of securing the UK's energy future. In her spare time she indulges a keen interest in martial arts, in addition to writing and performing comedy.

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 2015

  • Ted Cullinan Founder


    2008 RIBA Royal Gold Medallist Ted Cullinan is an inquisitive, inventive and passionate composer and maker of buildings. He studied at the University of Cambridge, the Architectural Association and Berkeley. Ted established our office as a co-operative in 1965 and his tenacious commitment in striving for excellence in design continues to inspire our practice. Ted was awarded a CBE in 1987 for Services to Architecture, elected a Royal Academician in 1989, and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland in 1995. In 2005, he was awarded a Special Commendation by the Prince Philip Designers Prize for his outstanding lifetime achievement in design and in 2010 he was made a Royal Designer for Industry by the RSA.

    Founded Cullinan Studio: 1965

  • Wen Quek Partner

    AADip, Architect

    With over 25 years of experience, Wen has an extensive knowledge of sustainable urban design, residential and Higher Education projects. She has particular skills in high level strategic thinking and team leading and with exceptional attention to detail and procedures. Wen is the partner in charge of the human resource aspects of the practice, including our recruitment and performance appraisal procedures. Wen is an external examiner at the University of Nottingham and sits on the Haringey Design Quality Review Panel. She is passionate about her local community and volunteers with Global Generation in Kings Cross, who support local young people to connect with each other and the natural world. Wen qualified as an architect whilst working at Cullinan Studio in 1989. She rejoined the practice in 1998 after working in Edinburgh and in Berlin on post-reunification projects to regeneration the former East German cities.

    Key Projects:
    Eastfields Estate Regeneration, Merton
    Singapore Management University
    Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge

    Joined Cullinan Studio: 1998