Robert John Hughes : Architect From Warrington, Lancashire. London based since 1965. Early work with Douglas Stephen and Partners and BDP on large scale urban and commercial structures including the Brunel Centre in Swindon. Introduced to conservation and regeneration through the conversion, with Kasabov Associates, of Islington ink factory into Amnesty International HQ. Has worked with David Gibson since 1988.
Convinced by the broad definition of conservation that includes the economic and environmental agenda in addition to the aesthetic and historic.
|1988-||Associate Architect||David Gibson Architects|
|1984-1988||Associate Architect||Kasabov Associates|
|1979-1990||Part-time Design Studio Tutor||Bartlett School of Architecture|
|1972-1984||Architect (Associate from 1974)||Douglas Stephen & Partners|
|1971-1972||Architectural Assistant||Louis de Soisson & Partners|
|1970-1971||Building Industry Research||Prof Duccio Turin UCL|
|Education|| BSc 1968
|University College London|
|1993-2000||Chairman, Premises Committee, Pimlico School|
|1998-||Islington Council Planning and Building Control User Groups|