Kieren predominantly works on residential, commercial and education projects across the Midlands region.
Since starting at BDP in 2008, Kieren has accumulated knowledge and contacts within the local property sector and network. Kieren is an advocate for a collaborative design approach working closely with other professionals, organisations and authorities to provide successful places for all. Kieren is also a champion for Diversity in the Built Environment. She is passionate about housing, communities and place-making and regularly organises regional events. Kieren was one of the RIBA Journal Rising Stars of 2018, she launched the BDP Future Professionals Network and is involved in launching the RIBA’s Future Architects Network.
Addressing the UK housing crisis, representatives from the council, construction and design industry tackle the issue of creating quality when mass producing homes.
An architect associate from BDP’s Birmingham studio is one of this year’s RIBA Journal Rising Stars.
BDP hosted a Diversity in the Built Environment talk on 14 May, which was organised by Birmingham studio architect Kieren Majhail.
BDP’s Birmingham studio is hosting a housing debate to discuss the current housing shortage and the future demands faced by the city as Birmingham’s population is projected to grow by 156,000 by 2031.
Birmingham studio’s Kieren Majhail is hosting a cross institute event to discuss diversity in the built environment.
Architect Kieren Majhail on solving homelessness following Dezeen report addressing Tottenham Court Road's tent village.
Championing diversity in the built environment Kieren Majhail calls for role models to get out and go to different UK regions to share expertise and inspirational leadership.
Standing for change in the industry, Kieren Majhail is selected as a RIBAJ Rising Star.