chartered architect and senior partner,
Harbinder is a RIBA chartered Architect and Senior Partner at Hawkins\Brown one of the leading architectural practices in the UK. Harbinder leads the Infrastructure and Transport sector and is delivering the architectural designs for two of the UK’s largest infrastructure projects currently underway; Thames Tideway and three new stations, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street and Liverpool Street for Crossrail 1.
Harbinder lectures in the UK and internationally on professional practice, architecture and construction, lecturing in institutes such as the UCL, Imperial college and the Royal college of Art. Harbinder leads the innovation in design and delivery of projects at Hawkins\Brown focusing on how the practice is using modern methods and off-site construction to deliver innovative contemporary architecture.
Harbinder also has extensive experience of working with artists. At Tottenham Court Road station, he is currently responsible for integrating the greatest number of in-situ artworks within a London underground station, collaborating with noted contemporary artists Daniel Buren, Douglas Gordon, and Richard Wright.
Harbinder is a previous winner of '40 under 40'; a prestigious UK design award recognising the best young architects under 40. Harbinder is a trustee of the London school of architecture and the Pitzhanger Manor house and Gallery a grade 1 listed building designed by Sir John Soane in the 18th Century.