David runs architecture and urban design practice, Architecture Doing Place. He is unique in the UK, having worked as a housing officer for registered social landlords before retraining as an architect. He has combined practice with teaching architecture at a number of universities.
He is a prominent advocate for diverse authorship on publicly funded projects. He holds a number of strategic advisory posts including as a Mayor’s Design Advocate, contributing to London-wide built-environment policy and housing design standards.
David has practiced architecture in the UK and the Middle East and is an alumnus of the Clore Foundation’s Cultural Leadership Programme.
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