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"Offering a perfect balance between creativity and construction know-how"

Practice Profile

Kenny Sykes Architects is a London-based Architecture & Design practice, founded in 2015 by Kenny Sykes.

Born out of a passion for design and the construction process (past and present), our approach is to work collaboratively with our clients to create memorable and well-crafted spaces. We offer an expert balance between creativity and on-site know-how to ensure that all of our solutions are an improvement to their original condition.

Our client’s interaction and experience of the unique spaces we create is the most important aspect of our practice. Taking a hands-on approach, we aim to use sustainable and enduring materials, a diverse colour palette as well as utilizing natural light, views and the environment in all our projects.

Our ambition is to create memorable and timeless architecture that benefits and enhances the lives of people who occupy the spaces we create.

Kenny Sykes BSc BArch ARB RIBA 

Kenny Sykes graduated from the Welsh School of Architecture (Cardiff University) in 2002 and became a fully qualified architect in 2006.


Kenny has worked in London for prestigious architectural practices such as Weston Williamson, Populous and was an Associate at Goldstein Ween Architects. He has worked on projects ranging from event spaces (Wembley Stadium), gyms (The Third Space and Another Space) to private houses and has a wide range of experience in both design and construction. 

Kenny is currently a visiting mentor for Cardiff University year 4 students and has been has been part of the Welsh school of Architecture's  Post Graduate "Practice Link Visit Scheme" since 2016.


In his spare time Kenny is a keen road cyclist and photographer and has had the pleasure of DJ'ing in some of London's most well respected events such as Late at the Tate, Taste for London and The Notting Hill Carnival where he can still be seen playing classics at the Different Strokes Sound system. 

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