Richard Gm Brown BA(Hons) DipArch RIBA MRIAI
Richard Brown is a chartered architect and has been a board director at Keith Williams Architects since its foundation in 2001. He has specific responsibility for ew richard mille rm11 03 men unknown rm11 03 002 black design development, implementation and technical coordination across the firm's projects.
Royal Institute of British Architects
Member of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland
Member of Southwark Design Review Panel
Member of Islington Design Review Panel
Lectures and Teaching
Visiting Critic London Metropolitan University
Educated at Kingston School of Architecture, he diplomated in 1992, qualifying as an architect in 1993. He was elected to the RIBA in 1994 and to the RIAI in 2019.
Keith Williams Architects : Board Director 2001- Present
Pawson Williams Architects : Associate Partner 1999 – 2000
Pawson Williams Architects : Senior Architect 1996 – 1999
Richard is a gifted architect with an acute sense of architectural composition, he has excellent creative and co-ordination skills, and is expert in CAD and IT as applicable to the design and construction process.
His many projects include:
The Luan Gallery, Athlone, Ireland 2010-2012
Director responsible for the technical design, and construction through to completion and occupation. The 575 m2 building comprised the 1897 Father Mathew Hall, re-modelled and stripped back internally to create new gallery space, and a new build gallery wing. Project Cost € 2.8 million
New Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury UK 2007-2011
Director responsible for the technical design and construction phase of the project
4,850 m2 theatre building incorporating 1.200 seat main Auditorium, 150 seat second space, with associated bars, cafe, rehearsal and backstage facilities. new building replaces existing theatre; a converted 1930s cinema. Project cost £25.6 million.
National Opera House, Wexford, Ireland 2005-2008
Director responsible for the technical design and construction phase of the project. The 7,200m2 project laid out over six levels around main auditorium Exceptionally high standards of detail and finish Management of full design team to tight timescale and budget. Project cost €33 million.
Athlone Civic Centre, Athlone, Ireland 2001-2005
Director responsible for the technical design, and construction through to completion and occupation.4,200m2 of accommodation over four levels Includes library, office space, civic functions and debating chamber Management of full design and contract administration. Project cost €13.5 million.