Kenny Brown


BSc (Hons) PG Dip Advanced Architectural Studies ACArch RIBA

Kenny is an architect, has extensive experience of both contemporary design and historic building work and carries the sensitivity required when combining the two separate aspects of intervention and refurbishment. He has worked on projects for English Heritage, The National Trust and Local Authorities, as well as for private clients. Kenny’s expertise encompasses not only the repair and adaptation of listed buildings but also the integration of new-build projects within sensitive environments. He particularly enjoys the challenge of introducing bold design into historic settings and landscapes. In addition to his interest in sustainability and green issues, Kenny also thrives on balancing technical and aesthetic concerns. These interests and strengths are typically evident in the works at People’s Park, Grimsby which received the RICS Highly Commended Award for Community benefit and the Red Tower, York which received a York Design Award for Public/Community benefit.

Kenny studied at the Robert Gordon University, Scott Sutherland School of Architecture in Aberdeen. He initially worked for a Danish practice, with involvement mainly on commercial projects and continues to be heavily influenced by Scandinavian design principles. He returned to the UK and joined Martin Stancliffe Architects Ltd where his experience in the field of conservation started in earnest. Kenny joined together with Geoffrey Holland in 2011 as a Co-director of Holland Brown Architects. Together, Kenny and Geoffrey combine over 40 years of knowledge and experience in historic building practice.

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