UKCW London: 7-9 May | ExCeL
UKCW Birmingham: 1-3 October | NEC


Richard Woods

Richard Woods

Chartered Architect, Urban Fabric
Richard is a chartered architect with over 25 years’ post-qualification experience of designing repurposed and new-build award-winning buildings, with a particular expertise in education and cultural projects. During this time, he has developed industry-wide recognition for his skills as an architect, design champion, writer, technical advisor, RIBA assessor, awards judge, university tutor and professional mentor.  He is co-founder and partner at Urban Fabric Architects, and teaches architecture at University of Nottingham. 

Richard designed the Academy of St Francis of Assisi in Liverpool, which was described by the Independent newspaper as ‘Britain’s Greenest School’ and Perthcelyn Primary School which was long-listed for the Stirling Prize. He has acted as lead architect on many projects including schools, major visitor attractions, university buildings, and cultural centres through both new-build design and adaptation of historic buildings. He has served for several design review panels, and currently is a Design Review Panellist for the Design Commission for Wales and Design:Midlands.

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