Matthew Gray

Matthew has wide ranging experience in the design and delivery of a variety of development types and scales that include commercial offices and residential new build across a variety of tenure types, mixed use redevelopment schemes, urban design and masterplanning.

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 and delivery. Understanding the need to listen to and engage with local authorities and local community groups, his management abilities, combine with architectural design and problem solving skills.

Key regeneration projects include Nine Elms Point, which provides a new Sainsbury’s store and 737 new homes, and Queens Square, a new 926 strong residential-led urban quarter in Croydon with a new Town Square and a variety Retail, Maker space and Office space for start-up businesses. Both schemes offer a variety of tenure types including Private, BTR and Affordable.

By contrast, Matthew lead the design, development and delivery of 5 Cheapside, located in the shadow of St Pauls Cathedral. This was the complete transformation of an existing, tired and outdated into a highly sustainable, column-free, grade-A office which now enjoys 360-degree views of the City.

Matthew joined Rolfe Judd Architecture in 2006, became associate in 2010, associate director in 2015 and director in 2018.

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