Yuli Cadney-Toh is a Director of Kay Elliott, a practice with a focus on coastal identity and regeneration, sustainability and inclusive design. Yuli is passionate about design quality and its positive impact on our towns and cities.
She is an architect with a career of over 25 years in design-led global architecture, including residential-led masterplans, commercial towers, airports and surgery centres, to television broadcasting and one-off houses. She was formerly at Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) in London and Australia, and co-founder of Toh Shimazaki Architecture and Forum Mini architecture school for children.
Yuli is RIBA Councillor for Wessex and serves on the Design West panel for the 4 combined authorities of West of England (WECA). She chaired the RIBA Awards SW 2018 and was on the judging panel of the McEwen Awards 2019. She is a visiting critic for Final Year Bath University School of Architecture.