Alex Crossley Architect
Alex joined LSI Architects in 2021 after spending over 10 years at Hudson Architects delivering a wide range of building types across various industry sectors. A number of these projects involved the re-modelling and re-use of existing buildings, contemporary new build designs and sensitive listed building work.
Alex studied for his RIBA Part I and II at The University of Newcastle before completing his training at The University of Lincoln, qualifying as an architect in 2017. Throughout his professional career he has developed his interest in the re-use and retrofit of existing buildings through sustainable conservation techniques. He has recently joined the RIBA Conservation Register as a Conservation Registrant.
Alex is based in our Norwich office where he is currently working on a range of projects across the residential, commercial and education sectors, including the design for a new highly sustainable dwelling in a historic parkland setting and enhancing the existing teaching facilities at University Technical College Norfolk.