Chris studied architecture at the University of Bristol and began his career at the RIBA gold medal winning firm of Powell and Moya. He went on to become a partner of Solar Energy Developments and Michaelis Brandon Architects where he designed the innovative, award winning JEL HQ in Stockport. Since founding Pringle Brandon in 1986, Chris has designed and led many major interior architectural projects and won numerous design awards. Pringle Brandon joined Perkins+Will in 2012. Chris led the Interior Architectural Practice until this year, awarded FX Awards’ 2016 ‘Interior Design Practice of the Year’ and recently ranked London’s No. 1 Interior Architect. Chris now heads up the Cultural projects group within Perkins & Will London. Chris has been responsible for the interior design of the Mary Rose Museum that in 2014 won; “Building” project of the year, a National Civic Trust Award, The Michael Middleton Special Award, RIBA Regional Award and recently in 2017 a WAF Inside award. Chris has won the British Council of Offices (BCO) awards for the Siemens “Crystal” office and conference centre in 2013, Microsoft Offices in Reading in both 2013 and 2009.