Matthew Gray




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Matthew has wide ranging experience in a variety of development types and scales. These include commercial offices, residential new build, health and leisure projects, as well as mixed use and redevelopment schemes. He has also undertaken urban design and masterplanning projects.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills enable him to be particularly effective in the cross discipline management of all the parties involved in the process of design delivery. He understands about listening to and engaging with local authorities and local community groups. His management abilities, combined with architectural design and problem solving skills, make him a complete project architect.

Matthew is involved in both large and small scale projects, his key regeneration projects include the urban design of Nine Elms Point which provides a new Sainsbury’s store and 737 new homes and High Point Village in Hayes which provides a mixture of housing tenure as well as aparthotel and leisure facilities. In contrast, Cheapside is a City of London office refurbishment adjacent to St Paul’s Cathedral and Bennet House provides five high-end residences in close proximity to the Ritz Hotel.

Matthew studied at the Unitec School of Architecture in New Zealand, graduating in 2000 with further study at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2005. He joined Rolfe Judd in 2006 as a project architect, became associate in 2011, associate director in 2015 and director in 2018.