Paskin Kyriakides Sands: PKS Architects

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Paskin Kyriakides Sands Architects : Studio Information

PKS – Contemporary Architect Practice, England, UK Architecture Firm Information

page updated 12 Aug 2017

PKS – Key Projects

Featured Buildings by PKS:

Belsize Garages, London, NW3, England, UK
This project in an affluent part of North West London involves the demolition of 15 dilapidated garages and the construction of a contemporary part four storey building, comprising seven residential units.

Putney Bridge Restaurant, 2-4 Lower Richmond Rd, London SW15, England, UK
Date built: 1997

Architecture Studio News:

PKS was chosen to be part of the inaugural AJ Architecture Tomorrow exhibition at MIPIM UK.

Architecture Tomorrow is a curated exhibition of future projects that took place in the Architectural Pavillion, Stand B10, at Olympia London, 15-17 October 2014.

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Paskin Kyriakides Sands – Practice Information

PKS Architects studio based in London, England

PKS was founded 37 years ago by Douglas Paskin and has now grown into a Partnership of national repute.

Christopher Kyriakides is a Senior Partner with overall responsibility for a number of major projects.

Colin Erridge has worked with PKS since 1994 on a wide range of projects from inception and feasibility studies through to completion and residential projects.

Selwyn Lowe joined the architecture practice in 1997, was made an Associate the following year and became a Partner in 2007.

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