Paul Summerlin


A longstanding member of the practice, Paul has experience of a diverse range of architectural work at all scales. He has been responsible for the design, delivery and management of a number of our larger schemes, including RIBA Award-winning Bankside 123 mixed-use commercial development in Southwark, London, and the Main Media Centre for the London 2012 Olympic Games, a group of buildings for use by the international press and broadcasters, designed for legacy repurposing.

Paul is skilled in the effective management of large multi-disciplinary teams. As project director for a major new masterplan for Hamad Bin Khalifa Medical Facility in Doha, he organised a large international team to deliver clinical and physical masterplanning for the transformation of the 120-hectare central Doha working hospital site. Other infrastructure projects that Paul has been involved with include the new Crossrail station at Custom House and Abbey Mills Pumping Station. More recently, he worked on a major mixed-use project at Vauxhall Square, London and Goodluck Hope, a high-density neighbourhood in London's docklands.

Paul also supports the practice's submissions for new work, directing our responses for project opportunities. He trained at the Leicester School of Architecture.