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Architect

Martin Kenneth Habell, British architect. Achievements include prize-winning housing developments in United States of America and England; pioneer of the close care concept of nursing accommodation and design for mentally and physically frail. Fellow Royal Society Health; member Royal Institute British Architects, Royal Society of Health Building for Care Conference, 2000.

Background

Habell, Martin Kenneth was born on March 31, 1949 in London. Son of Kenneth Joseph and Mabel Edith (Golding) Habell.

Education

Bachelor of Architecture with double distinction, University Greenwich, London, 1975.

Career

Assistant architect Eric Lyons Architects, London, 1971-1972. Architect Dixon Haryett Partnership, 1975-1981. Director D.Y. Davies Plc., 1981-1990, 93-96.

Group architect Egerton Trust Plc., 1990-1993. Founding director Maybourne Projects, since 1996. External architecture tutor University Kingston, 1985—1990.

Lecturer in field.

Achievements

  • Achievements include prize-winning housing developments in United States of America and England. Pioneer of the close care concept of nursing accommodation and design for mentally and physically frail.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow Royal Society Health. Member Royal Institute British Architects, Royal Society of Health Building for Care Conference, 2000.

Connections

Married Patricia Giselle Aili, August 13, 1982. Children: Sian, Mael.

father:
Kenneth Joseph Habell

mother:
Mabel Edith (Golding) Habell

spouse:
Patricia Giselle Aili

child:
Sian Habell

child:
Mael Habell