Chris Mackenzie

Chartered Architect

Chris is the founding director of Designscape Architects. Whilst at Designscape, he has been responsible for a diverse range of projects; Science Studio, art gallery, production and archive facility for Damien Hirst, Hill Farm Dairy, Park Grounds Energy Recovery facility and a number of award winning residential projects including Twinneys House, Innox Lodge and Chilliswood House, Bath. He has a particular interest in sustainable design and creative re-use. Formerly a senior project architect at Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, he held overall responsibility for the £23m Portland Square Building at the University of Plymouth and also worked on the technical design issues of the 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize winning Accordia Housing in Cambridge. Chris regularly contributes to the Masters Degree course at the University of Bath and is a member of The Devon and Somerset Design Review Panel. Chris trained at Portsmouth University and is a former President of the Bristol Society of Architects and Chairman of the RIBA Bristol and Bath Branch.

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