Peter Gibson promoted to Director
Architect Peter Gibson has been promoted to Director making him Hunters ninth board member.
Peter joined Hunters in 2000 and has been an Associate Director since 2007. He will continue to lead Hunters design and technical delivery programmes, using his meticulous planning skills in regeneration, housing, health and commercial projects. His ability to provide energetic design through his architecture and interiors mixed with clear delivery direction gives him a creative edge and will strengthen the Hunters board.
Peter led the team on A2 Dominion HQ in west London, the first in a series of landmark buildings created through the Crossrail effect delivering a ‘hub’ based office. From designing premium workplace refurbishment for LEK to delivering a new 20-storey residential block in Newham for Mount Anvil, whichever project he leads he partners with clients to deliver the best.
Currently Peter is leading the Brunel Street Works, a £120m development adjacent to Canning Town Station and Tollgate Gardens, regenerating a 1960s estate in Maida Vale identified as a priority renewal area as part of Westminster’s housing renewal strategy.
Susan Pasint-Magyar, joint MD of Architecture at Hunters said “Peter is highly respected both within the company and by our clients. His diverse skills and clear design thinking reflect how Hunters architectural team not only design buildings for people but can deliver them as well. We look forward to having him on the board and to ensure the continued success of the company through delivering great service.”