Professor Kevin Singh is a Chartered Architect with a career in higher education that spans almost 30 years and is Head of the Manchester School of Architecture (www.msa.ac.uk) , a joint school between Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Manchester of circa 1300 students which is ranked 5th in the QS world rankings for Architecture. The School currently offers RIBA Part 1, 2 and 3 courses, a Master of Landscape Architecture, MA Architecture + Urbanism, and MA Architecture + Adaptive Reuse, and a Foundation in Architecture.
He co-founded a practice the space* studio in 2000 alongside his academic career (www.tkaspacestudio.com), a small design-led practice which works across new build, refurbishment, and interiors in a number of sectors for an impressive client base. Notable projects are the interior of the English National Ballet, numerous concept designs for Manchester City Football Club, and new build social housing with Wayne Hemmingway.
He chairs RIBA Visiting Boards in the UK and internationally, is a member of the Manchester Society of Architects, and is currently an External Examiner at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, and the Mackintosh School of Architecture at the Glasgow School of Art. He also mentors an SME practice in Birmingham.