Carl Turner Architects
Carl is the founding Director of Carl Turner Architects and co-founder of social enterprises Pop Brixton and Peckham Levels. He is a self-confessed “maker at heart”-his love of craft permeates through his architectural design. One of Carl's formative projects for the practice was his very own Slip House in Brixton, which went on to win the prestigious Manser Medal. Since Carl Turner Architects was founded in 2006, it has undertaken projects for a diverse range of clients including local authorities, arts and cultural organisations, not-for-profit organisations, private home owners and commercial developers. In addition to being a member of the Southwark Design Review Panel, Carl is also a Chair of RIBA London, and is a trustee of the Museum of Architecture. He was one of a handful of architects to be named in the Evening Standard Progress 1000: London’s Most Influential People 2017, as well as being awarded the 2017 BD Small Project Architect of the Year Award.