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Keith Williams Keith Williams is a chartered architect and urban designer, and the founder and director of design at Keith Williams Architects. He studied architecture at Kingston School of Art and Greenwich University, going on to work for Terry Farrell before co-founding Pawson Williams Architects in 1987, establishing that firm as an important emerging force in British architecture.

In 2001 he then founded Keith Williams Architects, since when he has been the recipient of over 40 national and international architecture and design awards, and has become one of this country's leading architects. He works nationally and internationally across a broad range of project scales and types and is personally involved with the design and direction of each commission that the office undertakes.

In 2016 he was one of the first to become a Fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects when fellowship was reintroduced by the RIBA for practising architects at the end of that year. In 2015 he became Chair of the Civic Trust Awards National Panel of Judges, he is Co-Chair of Design South East, Chair of the Lewisham Design Review Panel, and is a member of the National Design Review Panel at Design Council CABE.

Founded in 2001 by Keith Williams and Richard Brown, Keith Williams Architects is by reputation one of the UK's leading architectural design practices with a body of work which incorporates a series of exceptional high profile award winning projects for clients in both the private and public sectors. Based in London, the multi-award winning firm works

Keith Williams Architects has won major awards for its work on sustainability including the award of RIAI Sustainable Building of the Year 2005 for Athlone Civic Centre. The firm pursues in each its projects, sustainability and environmental efficiency as a core design strategy. In architectural and building terms the most sustainable building is one

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