Keith is Deputy Head of the Leeds School of Architecture, coordinator of postgraduate architectural technology, and the course leader of the MA Architecture. He also directs the MArch (Master of Architecture) studio Abstract Machine.
Role within the School
Bachelor of Architecture, Diploma of Architecture, Master of Philosophy (2016)
Keith is a partner of architectural practice HOT Architecture. He previously was a partner at Barham Andrews and worked for a range of architectural firms in both London and Manchester.
One of HOT Architecture’s projects, Langhus in Beverley, was featured as an exemplar project on BBC Two’s The House That £100 Built in 2014.
Keith’s teaching and theoretical focus lies in the premise that architecture is the reification of information. To design is to conceive, manipulate and perform within ecology of data structures.
Keith’s practice, Barham Andrews was featured in the publication New Architects, a guide to the best young architectural practices in 1998. Barham Andrews’s Trafford Park Ecology Centre was also featured in Architecture Today in 2000.
Keith’s practice, HOT, won the RIBA Northwest Emerging Practice award in 2009.
Architects Registration Board and Royal Institute of British Architects.