A lecture with Peter Morris, Founder of Peter Morris Architects
Location: First Floor studio, Paddington Street Building
Peter Morris started his career as a builder before studying architecture at Plymouth University and interior architecture at the Royal College of Art. From 1998 to 2003 he worked for interpretive design practice Land
Design Studio, on projects such as the National Maritime Museum of Cornwall.
Peter then moved to education specialists Penoyre Prasad and Curl la Tourelle Architects, where he designed and built public buildings including schools, youth centre and libraries.
Notably, Peter built the first-ever citizenship centre, the Sutton Life Centre, an £8million interactive community centres for the 21st century and a youth centre in Enfield, designed in very close collaboration with young people.
In 2012 he set up Peter Morris Architects, a creative multidisciplinary architectural design office in London.The diverse range of projects includes home refurbishments, home interiors, new-build homes, primary schools, public
pavilions, higher education, retail, open-air lidos, a street-food bicycle and last - but by no means least - a zoo! Peter is also pioneering an alternative way to build affordable housing with his social enterprise, ‘Home Work Play’, voted by NESTA and The Observer as one of 50 radical ideas in 2014.
For further information contact Mark Gower, Programme Director Interior Design.
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Last updated: 15 September 2015