Kevin is best known for Channel 4’s ‘Grand Designs’ and for his annual coverage of the Stirling Prize.
Kevin's two ambitions are to entertain and to make the built environment better. Kevin is a fabulous keynote speaker on sustainable architecture and the environment.
Kevin champions issues such as context, the historic environment and sustainable construction, and has been a columnist for The Sunday Times. Kevin also writes for Grand Designs magazine.
Kevin’s other forays into television include ‘Don’t Look Down’ for BBC2, in which he climbed six tall buildings and ‘Demolition’ for Channel 4, in which he, George Ferguson, and Janet Street-Porter started a campaign to improve public space in our towns and cities. He presented ‘Slumming It’ in 2010 and continues to appear at the hugely successful Grand Designs Live shows.
When not filming, Kevin runs a product design practice. He has designed lighting for some of the finest buildings in Europe and many great houses - Ely Cathedral, Edinburgh Castle, two European palaces, the Savoy and Dorchester hotels, to name a few.
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