Architect, BSc MArch ARBstefan@hapticarchitects.com
Stefan joined Haptic in 2022. His architectural approach is to use design as a tool to explore new ways to live, work and socialize. Stefan is interested in the relationship between architecture and natural world, engaging with both vernacular and technological approaches towards design. He believes in a diverse and multi-cultural design ethos and would never hesitate to reflect that in his works. In line with Haptic’s curiosity and sustainable mindset, Stefan’s aim is to design proposals, that are rooted in place and context, while challenging civic, economic and environmental norms.
Stefan is working on the HS2 railway terminal in London and is involved in the design of the amenities surrounding the station. Previously, Stefan has worked at Foster+Partners on schemes across various sectors including hospitality, office and mix-use in UK, Europe and Asia. He developed a particular strength and interest in landscaping and public realm design. He gained masterplanning experience at Prior+Partners, where he was involved in large scale urban projects such as Euston Masterplan in London, Google Moffet Park in California. Stefan shows a great interest in participatory architecture and has been previously engaging in community driven projects that aim to support sustainable awareness and a strong community spirit.