David Morley Architects

Chris Roberts

Associate Director

Chris studied at UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture and joined David Morley Architects in 2000.

Between 1996-99 he worked for Michaelis Boyd Associates where he worked on residential, bar, restaurant and hotel design, including a house for David & Samantha Cameron and a country hotel, Babington House, for the members club Soho House.

At David Morley Architects he has completed projects in very sensitive natural / historic settings and across a wide range of sectors, including the Water Polo Venue for the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Look Out Education Centre in London’s Hyde Park, a multi-faculty academic building for the University of Plymouth and the David Ross Sports Village for the University of Nottingham.

Since 2008, he has led projects for the Leicester Partnership NHS Trust, ranging from master planning, feasibility studies, refurbishments and new buildings in connection with Mental Healthcare, including Dementia, Huntington’s Disease, CAMHS, Eating Disorders, Low Secure and Adult Acute services.

He has led the practice’s Continued Professional Development programme, mentors the practice’s RIBA Part 3 candidates and has taught architectural design and technology at the Universities of Nottingham and Greenwich.

Chris has a very user friendly approach and thrives on teamwork and working closely with Clients to find imaginative yet simple / practical solutions to complex problems.

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