Russell Curtis

Russell oversees RCKa’s commercial and residential infill projects and is responsible for the delivery phase of the practice’s work. He sits on design review panels for LLDC and the London Boroughs of Croydon and Newham, and is a Mayor’s Design Advocate.

With extensive experience including high-end retail, new-build and refurbishment as well as research buildings for a range of blue-chip clients, Russell has overseen a number of high-profile projects for RCKa, including the Technology Centre for global currency and security experts De La Rue.

Russell is a trustee of the Architecture Foundation and a founding director of Project Compass CIC, a not-for-profit organisation campaigning for increased transparency and accessibility in public sector procurement in the UK. He has recently been appointed by Sadiq Khan as a Mayor’s Design Advocate and sits on design review panels for Croydon Council and the London Legacy Development Corporation. He has written articles for Icon magazine and Building Design, and is a regular commentator for the Architects’ Journal.