Tony Kettle is Design Principal of Kettle Collective. Tony is a multi‑award winning international architect and was formerly Group Design Principal of RMJM with a Global cross sector remit where he was responsible for the design collaboration across regions and sectors and ensuring that the high level of award winning design was maintained.
Tony has individually led a series of high profile projects in both the UK and abroad, many won through international design competitions. His extensive project portfolio includes the award winning Falkirk Millennium Wheel in Scotland, The 462m high Lakhta Tower for Gazprom which when complete will be Europe’s tallest tower, the Evolution Tower in Moscow and The Dubai International Exhibition and Conference Centre and more recently phase 2 for Lakhta Gazprom, the DEWA Solar Innovation Centre in Dubai and a number of projects with Al Mouj in Muscat.
In 2012 Tony set up Kettle Collective with Colin Bone, a former Managing Principal at RMJM and they have already established themselves as a multi award winning team with studios in Edinburgh, London and Dubai.
Kettle Collective is a multi-award winning UK based international architecture and design studio with an emphasis on quality design and collaboration.
The collective approach works on the exchange of ideas and gives us the flexibility to collaborate with local and industry experts. Kettle Collective consider every brief to be unique and develop a bespoke approach to suit each projects’ needs and potential.