Gavin Robotham

Architect London / United Kingdom

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Gavin Robotham graduated from the Bartlett UCL where he has received major prizes from the Royal Institute of British Architects and subsequently the Knox Scholar at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. His work was exhibited at the 2004 Venice Architecture Biennale where he was also, along with Sir Peter Cook, associate curator of the British Pavilion. In addition to his role at CRAB Studio, Gavin continues to teach design and is a consultant role at Populous. Gavin Robotham graduated from the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL where he has received major prizes from the Royal Institute of British Architects and subsequently the Knox Scholar at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. Before co-founding CRAB studio with Sir Peter Cook in 2006, Gavin was the lead designer for the interior of the Imperial War Museum North and the Magna Centre which subsequently was awarded the RIBA Stirling prize for Architecture in 2001. His work was exhibited at the 2004 Venice Architecture Biennale where he was also associate curator of the British Pavilion. In addition to his role at CRAB studio, Gavin continues to lecture and teach design around the globe and is, via his consultant role at Populous, currently a consultant on both the Olympic Park and stadium for the organisers of London 2012 Olympic.