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Department of Architecture



Richard established Maccreanor Lavington with Gerard Maccreanor in 1991 in London. Working from offices in London and Rotterdam the experience of the practice is extensive, covering a wide range of sectors. Projects range in scale, and complexity, from individually designed houses to large‐scale urban projects. 

He has led the practice on many award‐winning projects including the Stirling Prize for Accordia, Cambridge; Saxon Court and Roseberry Mansions, Kings Cross; the H10 Hotel Waterloo; and the Lux, Hoxton Square, as well as a number of housing projects in London and the Netherlands. The work of the practice has been cited as a case study in various publications on housing, schools and urban design.


Design Fellow Year 3, Studio 1