Kaz is a Director and designer at PLP Architecture, with 16 years of experience across UK, Europe, Middle East and Central Asia. He has worked on a wide range of projects including mixed-use, retail, office, and residential projects in the UK, Iran, UAE, Saudi Arabia and a number of CIS countries including Russia and Republic of Kazakhstan. Since joining PLP Kaz has been key member of the design team for Westferry Printworks, a residential-led mixed use development on a 6.1ha site within the Isle of Dogs, and Embassy Gardens, a 10-storey iconic office building in the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration area in London, adjacent to the new United States Embassy.
Prior to joining PLP, Kaz was acting a Design Director / Development Manager at Fidea Development, MENA & Central Asia Director for Dyer, and project leader at CZWG architects amongst others, working on a wide range of projects, such as the regeneration of Barnsley Town Centre & Somerset College of Arts & Technology in the UK, Voronezh mixed-use scheme in Russia, Baku Towers in Azerbaijan and the Al – Ain Mixed use Development in United Arab Emirates.
Kaz obtained his BA Hons in Architecture at the University of Greenwich and received his Diploma in Architecture from the London Metropolitan University.