Architect Paul Stephens Promoted to Associate Director

Posted by on November 3, 2015

We are pleased to announce the promotion of Paul Stephens to Associate Director.

Paul has been at Hunters for 15 years, having come to us from the Welsh School of Architecture. He has been Senior Architect for the last two years, working on a variety of schemes including refurbs and new build within complex urban sites.

Among many others, Paul has worked on the recently completed Eagle House in Hackney, A2Dominion’s exemplary new office on Uxbridge Road, St George’s University library and Notting Hill Housing’s mixed tenure apartment block on Hammersmith Grove, near the Hunters office.

Susan Pasint-Magyar, Director at Hunters, said: “Paul has contributed to some of our most challenging schemes and we are very happy that will be going forward with us as Associate Director. He’s very popular with our clients and staff so we hope he’ll be with us for another 15 years.”

Paul is also known in the Hunters office for organising company sports and social events, including a long-running five-a-side football team, and outings to various exhibitions and film screenings.

Paul Stephens said: “I’m happy that I’ve progressed to Associate Director – something I never would have expected at the start of my career. I’m looking forward to getting my teeth into the next batch of projects, which I’m sure will bring new challenges.”