BA(Hons) MArch ARB RIBA
George King is an award winning chartered architect who has worked on projects in Europe, US, Australia, the Middle East and Russia. He is experienced in designing projects in a wide range of type, size and scale from large public buildings through to residential dwellings, furniture and sculpture.
Prior to forming GKA, George was senior architect at Zaha Hadid Architects where he worked on the London 2012 Olympic Aquatic Centre, FIFA 2022 Qatar World Cup stadium, Central Bank of Iraq and Oxford University Middle East Centre. George has also worked for Grimshaw in Melbourne and London and DesignInc in Melbourne.
He has exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, Detroit Design Festival, London Festival of Architecture and Sculpture by Sea where his design, House of Mirrors, won the Andrea Stretton Memorial Invitation. George’s work been featured in design magazines Wallpaper, The Architects’ Journal and Dezeen, along with mainstream media outlets such as The Sunday Times, The Huffington Post and the BBC.
George has taught extensively, both at Undergraduate and Masters level, leading programs at Lund University in Sweden, The Bartlett School of Architecture in London and Monash University in Australia. George currently runs an undergraduate studio at The University of Greenwich. George received his bachelor degree from the University of Liverpool and his Masters from UCL’s Bartlett School of Architecture where he also received his Certificate in Professional Practice & Management in Architecture (ARB/RIBA Part 3).