AA Dip, RIBA, ARB, FFB
Keith Cowell graduated from the Architectural Association in 1975. Having worked with a variety of Architects, such as Roman Halter and Richard & Margaret Finch, he went on to hone his skills over a wide variety of public and private works.
Keith worked as a team leader at the London Borough of Hackney between 1979-1984 and has taken from that a comprehensive knowledge of the Planning process and decision-making.
He co-founded A&Q Partnership in 1984, which has steadily grown, today spreading over five offices throughout the UK with Hong Kong added in 2010.
Keith's knowledge and commitment to all types of residential development has resulted in major commissions from housing developers. Many of these now take the form of extensive mixed-use schemes, particularly in the urban environment on brownfield sites. He is currently involved in Goodman's Fields, Kidbrooke Village and The Warren major urban regeneration developments.
He has also worked extensively on historic buildings and has been appointed to deliver the salvage, restoration and conversion of the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich Listed Buildings. These projects have been the recipients of several Design Awards, including the CABE Building for Life and BURA Best Practice in Regeneration Award 2008.