Scott Grady

Architect London / United Kingdom

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Scott studied architecture at the Bartlett, UCL where he received commendations in Technical Studies and History and Theory and was shortlisted for the RIBA President’s Dissertation medal. Following the Bartlett, in 2003, Scott joined Hamiltons and was promoted to Associate in 2006. He has headed up a number of large residential-led mixed-use projects, offices and masterplans, including Indescon Court, a major urban regeneration scheme in the Isle of Dogs, London. Scott has worked on a number of complex schemes in conservation areas and listed buildings including Driscoll House; a grade II listed building conversion in the heart of Southwark. P rior to leaving Hamiltons, Scott was Associate in charge of 190 Strand in Westminster, an entire urban block adjacent to the Inns of Court in Temple. Scott established Haptic Architects,in 2009, with Tomas Stokke and Timo Haedrich. He is responsible for a number of projects in the UK and looks after the financial aspects of the practice. Scott ran a design studio at the Bartlett, UCL in 2010-2011 along with Haptic director Tomas Stokke.
Scott Grady
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Scott studied architecture at the Bartlett, UCL where he received commendations in Technical Studies and History and Theory and was shortlisted for the RIBA President’s Dissertation medal. Following the Bartlett, in 2003, Scott joined Hamiltons and was promoted to Associate in 2006. He has headed up a number of large residential-led mixed-use projects, offices and masterplans, including Indescon Court, a major urban regeneration scheme in the Isle of Dogs, London. Scott has worked on a number of complex schemes in conservation areas and listed buildings including Driscoll House; a grade II listed building conversion in the heart of Southwark. P rior to leaving Hamiltons, Scott was Associate in charge of 190 Strand in Westminster, an entire urban block adjacent to the Inns of Court in Temple. Scott established Haptic Architects,in 2009, with Tomas Stokke and Timo Haedrich. He is responsible for a number of projects in the UK and looks after the financial aspects of the practice. Scott ran a design studio at the Bartlett, UCL in 2010-2011 along with Haptic director Tomas Stokke.