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Matthew Lloyd, a fourth generation architect, founded Matthew Lloyd Architects in the early ‘90s, and the practice has gone on to win acclaim for sensitive, innovative architecture in complex urban settings, often in social and historic contexts and a number of prestigious architectural awards. Matthew has a particular interest in housing and the regeneration of urban fabric, and as senior partner he is actively involved in almost all of the work the practice undertakes. Notable projects include The Bourne Estate in Camden (Overall Winner nationally in the Housing Design Awards 2018), The Regents Park Estate, St Mary of Eton in Hackney Wick (RIBA National Award & Housing Design Award 2015), The Royal Society of Arts (RIBA London Award 2013). Matthew has taught architecture at the University of Plymouth and subsequently at the Royal College of Art. He is a CABE/Design Council’s Built Environment Expert and regularly takes part in their design review panels. He has also served as a regional Jury Chair on the RIBA Awards 2017, as judge at the Camden Design Awards, and as Jury Chair at the Hackney Design Awards for 2018.