BA (Hons) DipArch MArch RIBA
Anil studied at the University of Sheffield, qualifying as an architect in 2003. He joined Eric Parry Architects in 2006.
Anil has worked on the successful planning application for an office building at 10 Fenchurch Avenue as well as the proposed redevelopment of the Selfridge Hotel. The practice’s detailed design involved the complete refurbishment of the hotel, with remodelled reception, public areas and guest rooms.
Anil also worked on the competition winning scheme for the redevelopment masterplan of the Hotel Suvretta House in St Moritz, Switzerland.
Anil worked as Project Architect on the practice’s Athletes’ Village project for the London 2012 Olympics. This £50m new-build housing development is part of a wider regeneration project for East London and provides a mixture of market and affordable tenure apartments with some complementary non-residential uses. As part of the ODA and LOCOG temporary facilities for the London 2012 Olympics (consisting of offices, meeting rooms, store rooms and laundry facility), Anil also oversaw the design and construction of the fit out works to the car park and retail areas of Plot N10 & N09 of the Athletes’ Village.
Anil as Project Architect has recently overseen – from preliminary designs to completion on site – the practice’s scheme for The Welding Institute’s new research and development facilities at Granta Park, South Cambridgeshire. The project involved the demolition of outdated accommodation and the construction of three new buildings providing amenity, conferencing, training, office, laboratory and engineering facilities. The new development is linked to the existing Head Office Building and Tech Hall by the ‘Street’ – a flexible multi-use circulation space – and harnessed by extensive landscaping which links into the wider Granta Park Campus.
Before joining the practice, Anil worked on the Cardinal Place office and retail development in Victoria, London for EPR Architects.