Gavin is a principal and head of our Manchester studio. He also leads the sport sector for the practice.
Gavin joined straight from university and he has had the good fortune that nearly all the projects he has worked on have been built. He and his team have particular strength in education, residential, sports and interior projects in the region. His projects include the redesign of Aintree Racecourse, Abito apartments and the phased redevelopment of the Lancashire Country Cricket Club. He was also the design lead on the award-winning Boxpark projects at both Croydon and Wembley.
Gavin is also an ex-chair of the Manchester: A Certain Future steering group.
I think you learn all the time, from everyone – which is why it’s great to work in a big practice with so many clever people. But the core attributes of the architect as a shaper of space and creator of places remain the same.
The London Borough of Croydon has announced today at MIPIM, a major new deal to open a new Boxpark Marketplace next to East Croydon train station. BDP has been appointed to design the scheme.
Head of Manchester studio Gavin Elliott will join a study tour of East Croydon to present BDP’s designs for Boxpark, Croydon with Roger Wade (CEO Boxpark) and Matthew McMillan (London Borough of Croydon) as part of New London Architecture’s conference programme looking at the future vision for Croydon.
Gavin Elliott, Chair of the Manchester: A Certain Future Steering Group, will present the MACF Annual Report at this year’s Annual General Meeting after an introduction by Sir Richard Leese.
Head of education and Manchester studio chair, Gavin Elliott, is one of the presenters at a one day conference in Manchester on the theme of relationships between university and city.
Gavin Elliott has been appointed to the role of education sector leader. His exceptional design skills, aligned with a high awareness for our sustainability agenda, make him the perfect candidate for this demanding role.
Manchester studio chairman, Gavin Elliott will be a panellist at the International Sport Business Congress to be held on consecutive days in Liverpool and Manchester.
Manchester studio chair, Gavin Elliott presented Manchester: A Certain Future’s (MACF) Annual Progress Report in his capacity as Chairman of the MACF steering group this week.
Manchester studio head, Gavin Elliott, will chair a CityCo event on the art of placemaking in BDP’s Manchester studio.