Stefan is a RIBA chartered Architect and Founder of Stefan Shaw Studio. Having spent time at Squire and partners, JM Architects and Studio Egret West, Stefan has over 15 years practice experience on local and international award winning projects, with a portfolio of experience including among others:
The restoration and second life of Park Hill in Sheffield, the largest listed building in Europe and Runner up of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2016
Project lead of Eastwick and Sweetwater, a new1,500 home neighbourhood adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London designed to full fabric energy efficiency standards (FEES).
Design lead of the award winning Erith Quarry, a600 home masterplan including a 3-Form Entry Primary School, community facilities and ecological parkland.
East Croydon Station and masterplan, with detailed design of the £21m footbridge upgrade for the multi modal interchange to increase capacity for the new high density developments to the east and west.
Roach Road, a mixed use residential and gallery project located on the banks of the River Lee Navigation Canal opposite the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and stadium.
In Stefan Shaw Studio was established, a dynamic forward thinking design house where architecture, urban design, landscape and interior design work hand in hand.
Notable projects include Friar Street, a mixed use 110 unit residential led development in the heart of Reading, Low Grange Urban Village, a 1500 unit ecologically diverse neighbourhood on the outskirts of Middlesbrough and numerous award nominated residential projects across the southeast
Stefan is also a visiting lecturer in architectural technology, sustainable design and creative thinking at the University of Westminster and thoroughly enjoys spending time exploring the world with his family.