BSc (Hons), DipArch, RIBAscott@hapticarchitects.com
Scott Grady co-founded Haptic Architects in 2009. His interest in urban design and masterplanning means he is skilled in using architecture to completely reimagine sites for clients, whether in complex inner-city conditions or more remote locations. Like many fellow Hapticians, his connected design approach is inspired by the wider creative industries.
This interest in the bigger picture means Scott takes a strategic lead in many of Haptic’s masterplanning, residential and infrastructure projects, often in collaboration with others. His large-scale work includes HS2 terminal at Euston Station alongside Grimshaw, The London Cancer Hub, and an innovative masterplan at Chadwell Heath which places homes, industry and workplaces side-by-side.
Scott is a regular critic at London architecture schools and sits on the Camden Design Review panel. He is a member of the Van Alen Institute’s International Council, supporting the creation of equitable cities through inclusive design.