Ken leads the creative direction of projects at Crosson Architects and is something of a legend round these parts. He is unafraid of innovation, inspired by everything and has the utmost respect for his clients.
Jerome is a vastly experienced and versatile architect with an extensive understanding of the design and delivery process – and a potentially borderline obsession with high standards.
Sam has been a critical member of the design team at Crosson Architects for 10 years. As Project Architect and a gifted leader, he has led a number of award-winning projects in the studio.
Corbett has worked for Crosson Architects since its early inception (as Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects)
Sam joined the Crosson Architects studio in 2018, bringing with him a keen and analytical understanding of the design process and project delivery.
Kate enjoys engaging with clients, and together creating special moments and spaces, for people to live, work, and experience joy.
Tosin, a UK Registered Architect, has many years of project experience working on residential, commercial, community and façade design projects in the UK. She has a passion for bold, considered design, which is responsive and sensitive to its context, historical fabric, users, climate and environment.
Alex's background encompasses single and multi-unit residential projects across various scales. He brings a detailed approach to the design process and seeks to create thoughtful, well considered spaces that enhance the experience of its occupants.
Kim is one of the freshest members of Crosson, joining the team in early 2021 as an experienced graduate after four years in another boutique architectural practice delivering award winning residential projects.
Maggie’s positive, energetic approach to architecture is emboldened by her considerable previous work in the wider arts field.
Maria has all the attributes you need in a Finance Manager – attention to detail, a thorough approach, and the ability to ask hard questions of anyone who’s in danger of going over budget on a project.