Pilbrow & Partners
Keb Garavito Bruhn is a founding partner of Pilbrow & Partners and has over 20 years’ experience working on residential, civic, commercial, educational, and masterplanning projects in the UK, Canada, Europe and the Middle East. At Pilbrow & Partners, Keb is working on design proposals for a new city in the Middle East. Keb is also leading on the design of University College London Hospital Phase 5, which marks the latest phase of the main campus regeneration, offering clinical and organisational benefits as well as improvement to the townscape. He is responsible for the design of a commercial-led mixed-use building on Kensington High street in London, offering a new public arcade and reconfiguration of its surrounding public realm. Other projects include the proposals for the New Cyprus Archaeological Museum and the design of West Brompton Square, which is conceived as a new neighbourhood centre and welcoming public space.