Join us for a Site Tour of St James Market, a joint venture development by Oxford Properties & The Crown Estate.
An overview presentation on the 260,000 sq ft scheme from Ken Shuttleworth of Make Architects, followed by a site tour of buildings one and two as well as the public realm in the St James’s Market development. Followed by networking drinks in a local venue after the tour.
Ken Shuttleworth – Founding Director, Make Architects
Ken Shuttleworth is recognised as one of the world’s leading architects. In the course of his 40-year career, he has worked on some of the most groundbreaking architectural landmarks in the world.
In 2004, Ken founded Make Architects, an award-winning employee-owned practice with a reputation for design excellence. Prior to this he built up a remarkable portfolio of experience at Foster + Partners.
Since Make’s inception, Ken has led the practice and acted as a guardian to its 150-strong staff, spread across studios in London, Hong Kong and Sydney. He oversees the design development of every scheme. Under his leadership Make has established itself as one of the UK’s foremost architectural firms, winning accolades across a range of sectors in the UK and abroad.
He is Senior Vice President of the British Council for Offices and in 2013 set up the Future Spaces Foundation to advance research into sustainable cities.
Ian Lyon, Director, Project Management, Oxford Properties
Ian Lyon joined Oxford in 2013 as Director, Project Management in the development team. Prior to that Ian spent 7 years working for M3 Consulting and 23 years for a Laing O’Rourke. Ian’s experience covers a wider range of different sectors including delivery of British Land’s North East Quadrant , a mixed use development consisting of 500,000 sq ft of commercial office, 170 residential units, 30,000 sq ft of retail and associated public realm. Ian’s current responsibilities include The Post Building, a joint venture with Brockton Capital to deliver a 318,00 sq ft mixed use scheme in London’s West End.
Ian holds a degree in Building Technology and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building.