Satish Jassal, a distinguished architect and recipient of the prestigious RIBA award for his Southwark Brick House. He established his own architectural practice a decade ago in the heart of Kings Cross, London. With a career spanning 17 years as a chartered architect, Satish has left an indelible mark on the UK's architectural landscape, contributing to some of the nation's most significant projects.
Satish has previously work at award-winning design architects such as Glenn Howells Architects and Patel Taylor. His extensive experience encompasses a wide range of projects, from bespoke domestic houses and residential apartments to office fit-outs and educational buildings. His expertise also extends to urban regeneration, transforming large swathes of cities into vibrant, liveable spaces.
Satish architectural expertise is evident in the over one thousand new homes he has designed and built. A standout project in his illustrious career was his involvement in the design, detailing, and delivery of 600 homes at the Athletes Village for the London 2012 Olympics. This important project earned him a nomination for the Olympic Delivery Authority award for outstanding leadership.
In addition to his architectural practice, Satish serves as a Design Expert Associate for the Design Council and is a member of the Harrow Design Review Panel. He also contributes his insights and expertise as a columnist for Building Design.
Satish commitment to community-led housing is reflected in his role as a Non-Executive Director at CDS Co-operatives, a co-operative housing association established in 1975 that promotes and supports community led housing. He is currently involved in a framework to deliver a new wave of council homes for Haringey Council and is spearheading some of their first net-zero carbon housing projects.
Regardless of the project's scale, Satish approach to design is meticulous and thoughtful, always seeking to maximise the potential of any site. His LinkedIn page provides further information about his professional journey and accomplishments.