Born in 1956, Crispin Kelly took a first degree in Modern History at Oxford. He founded the development and investment company Baylight Properties in 1982, and went on to qualify as an architect, and has served as President of the Architectural Association.
His interests include what good design can offer the ordinary housebuyer, and he has contributed extensively to architectural magazines and broadsheets on topics ranging from art in public space to the qualities of successful suburbs, as well as judging numerous design competitions and awards.
His engagement with excellence and access in education continues as chair of both Open City and the London School of Architecture.
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