Director Tom Klingholz to speak at MRI International Users Conference in London on 5 December

Chapman Taylor’s Tom Klingholz will be speaking at the MRI International Users Conference on Wednesday 5 December.

Tom will be speaking on the subject of “Build-to-Rent: A new template for suburban communal living”, expanding on themes explored in his Insight paper on the topic, where he wrote about designing a prototype for a Build-to-Rent community in a suburban location, with particular reference to the challenges involved and the design principles which informed the project.

The seminar will take place at the Royal Lancaster London Hotel, Lancaster Terrace, London. The all-day event begins at 8.00am, with Tom scheduled to speak at 3.10pm.

Tom has designed award-winning schemes both in the UK and overseas and, with over 20 years’ design experience in the residential sector, he leads Chapman Taylor’s UK Residential team, overseeing the design of residential-led mixed-use projects and masterplans.

Chapman Taylor is expanding its residential portfolio across the United Kingdom, with a number of Build-to-Rent schemes. We are also leading the way in innovative off-site design and construction methods, which is one solution in helping combat the UK’s housing crisis.

For more information, please contact:

Tom Klingholz (Dipl.-Ing. Arch ARB)

Director, London

Tom joined Chapman Taylor’s international concept design team in 2008, becoming a Director in 2015.

With over 20 years' design experience in the residential sector, he now leads our UK residential team with an overview of design on residential-led mixed-use projects and masterplans. 

Tom has led design teams on large scale residential-led masterplans and buildings in the UK, Middle East, Russia, Asia, North Africa, and Europe. The diversity of this experience provides Tom with a versatile design approach responding to a project’s context and culture to create design solutions that deliver our clients’ aspirations.    

Areas of expertise:

Residential / Mixed-use / Masterplanning / Urban regeneration 

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