Richard Lavington

Founding Director

Maccreanor Lavington

Richard graduated in 1987 from Bath University. He established Maccreanor Lavington Architects in 1992 with Gerard Maccreanor. Under his direction the office has gained considerable experience in the design of mixed-use buildings and neighbourhoods and has developed collaborations with a number of other architectural offices on a wide variety of projects. Richard has led the office's work on many projects, including Accordia in Cambridge, a Church and Community Centre in Salford, the Lux in Hoxton Square, London and a new hotel close to St George's Circus, London.


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