VIII International
Architecture Forum

September 10, 2019 / KYIV

Simon Scott

Simon Scott,
BA Hons DipArch RIBA, Head of International Business, Leslie Jones Architecture (UK)

Theme: «Strategic Planning: Making the Most of a City’s Assets»

Biographical Data and Professional Experience:

Simon Scott has nearly 20 years’ experience in commercial design, both in the UK and internationally. Having joined the firm in 2014 as Head of International Business, he is integral to Leslie Jones Architecture’s continued expansion across global markets, with a particular focus on EMEA countries and CIS states.

His unique skillset and passion for design have led to his world-class reputation in delivering successful schemes across a range of sectors. Simon is recognized in the industry for his expertise in design and delivery of complex projects from conception to completion and is adept at finding innovative designs solution for his clients.

His considerable portfolio spans transport, residential, retail, hospitality and mixed-use schemes. Landmark projects he has worked on internationally include the Ciftci Towers mixed-use complex in Istanbul (Turkey), concepts for the Planeta SEC in Perm (Russia), second phase to Ocean Plaza SEC in Kyiv (Ukraine) and the redevelopment and expansion of Expobel SEC in Minsk (Belarus). In the UK, he has led the design and delivery stages of projects including St. Pancras Station, Cabot Circus SC, Spiceal Street at the Bullring SEC and various London Westfield schemes. Simon has also worked across the Middle East and North Africa.

Leslie Jones Architecture

We believe that the commercial design solution is an integral part of the project vision and is vital in achieving high quality place making.

All projects maintain a consistent involvement of our senior design leadership team from inception to completion. Our 40 person strong office has a diverse skill set that enables the supply of masterplanning, architecture, interior design and place disciplines in all our project sectors.

Through our work with the British Council of Shopping Centers, Urban Development Committee and ICSC, we remain at the forefront of retail thought, leading on the trends that are influencing and changing the social make up of our retail and leisure destinations whether this be a world city center, a high street, a local shopping center or the social core of a community.

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