Benedict is a principal and architect profession chair.
Ben relishes large complex projects with interdisciplinary teamwork. For him the challenge is finding what makes each situation unique and will result in surprising, innovative and appropriate architecture.
Based in the London studio, Benedict has worked on many high-profile education projects such as the RIBA Stirling Prize nominated Hampden Gurney School, London. Benedict has also led many large scale healthcare schemes such as Alder Hey Children's Health Park in Liverpool and the award-winning Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton.
Italy and the atmosphere of its towns and landscape, where the human-made and the natural fuse in the most wonderful and unexpected ways.
London studio directors Anna Sinnott and Benedict Zucchi have been appointed as members of two Expert Panels, which bring together industry experts from across the New London Architecture (NLA) membership to advise on core programmes, provide issue-led thought leadership and respond to new policies or consultations.