Frank is an award-winning architect with 30 years of international experience. He joined Make in 2004 and has led a wide range of prestigious projects for the practice, from the restoration and refurbishment of world-famous sites to the delivery of large-scale masterplanning and infrastructure projects. His portfolio includes several major residential developments, including Greenwich Square, which won Best Residential Development at The 2014 Wharf Awards, and Chobham Manor, which was named ‘Best Scheme in Planning’ at the 2015 National Housing Association Awards.
Along with numerous UK-based projects, Frank has worked on schemes located as far afield as Kurdistan, the Caribbean and Hong Kong. He has lectured and tutored at prestigious institutions like the Bartlett School of Architecture, and delivered talks at trade events like 100% Design. Frank is currently leading on Make’s research into new community-focused housing and workplace typologies.