An integral part of KPF’s global practice, John Bushell has achieved critical acclaim for his innovative and distinctive commercial and mixed-use buildings around the world.
John has led the design of a number of award-winning office buildings, such as the speculative development Sixty London – now occupied by Amazon – MidCity Place and Thames Court in the City of London. An advocate for architectural reuse, John’s portfolio also contains some of the firm’s most important ‘transformation’ projects, including the iconic, award-winning redesign of Unilever House, in London, which preserved and restored the historic exterior whilst completely reimagining the interior to meet the demands of the modern workplace.
Drawing on KPF’s global expertise, John has incorporated the tenets of mixed-use design into current high-profile projects in Europe. John creates compelling master plans and his detailed understanding of what makes a successful city has contributed to a strong track record of effective planning applications and consents.
An authority on a range of architectural issues, John studied architecture at the University of Cambridge and Harvard Graduate School of Design and is a member of the RIBA.