Rod Heyes

Rod Heyes studied architecture at Cambridge University and the University of North London (now London Metropolitan University). He joined Caruso St John in 1998 and was made a director in 2005 and plays a substantial role in the management of the practice. He was project architect for the Brick House, the refurbishment of the Barbican Concert Hall, Chiswick House Café and Tate Britain. He has taught architecture at the University of Bath, Kingston University and London Metropolitan University and is currently a design fellow at the University of Cambridge and visiting professor of architecture at TU Wien. He is leading our projects at St Pancras Campus, Hospitalfield House and the Royal Geographical Society. Rod is studying for an MSc in the conservation of historic buildings.