I am an experienced and multi-award winning Architect and Community Artist and Poet from Wallington, South West London, Surrey to some.
My Architecture specialises in the residential markets creating homes for families and opportunities for overseas investors. Creating modern, cosy and open spaces to allow both growth for the inhabitants and investment potential.
My Artwork is sculptural and deals with community and involves recycled materials and has been devised to provide a voice for and a focal point for the local people.
Trained at Oxford School of Architecture, University of Westminster and Kingston School of Art gaining an Honours degree, and 2 postgraduate diplomas (Including full qualification as an architect) with ARB registration.
Am a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and also the Arts Network Sutton.
Selected Exhibitions & Achievements
Trees on the Green – Rushey Green. Catford. 2014
Trees on the Green – Hilly Field. Lewisham. 2015
Beds on the Green – Rushey Green. Catford. 2018
2016 – Award Winner of the Most Progressive Architect – UK (with ETA +Partners Ltd)
2018 – Architect of the Year: Surrey – BUILD Review (with ETA +Partners Ltd)
2019 – Best High-End Residential Architecture Practice – London & the South East (with ETA +Partners Ltd)
2021 – Whose Poem is it Anyway? – Creative Connections Festival – Invited Artist to give a community spoken word and poet workshop in an online festival in conjunction with Arts Network Sutton and Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport and National Lottery Community Fund..
Find out more: https://www.linkedin.com/in/immanuel-gaskin-81816b13/