Kyriakos Katsaros BSc(Hons) DipArch RIBA ACIArb
Kyriakos founded Studio C102 in 2013 having worked with a number of leading architecture and design practices including Walker Bushe, Fraser Brown MacKenna and Antarchitecture. He led prestigious and complex projects such as the refurbishment programme for Habitat stores and Fitness First clubs throughout the UK, as well as a number of award-winning hospitality and residential projects.
Kyriakos studied at the Bartlett, UCL, and subsequently taught there. He is currently a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Brighton. Education and research remain important aspects of his practice.
Kyriakos is a Chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Sayan Skandarajah MA(Hons) MArch
Sayan joined Studio C102 after two years at dRMM architects, where he worked on a number of notable educational and residential projects. He graduated from the Bartlett, UCL, in 2014 having previously completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Edinburgh. Sayan’s undergraduate project was shortlisted for the RIBA Bronze Medal.
In addition to his work at Studio C102, Sayan teaches architectural design at the University of Reading and is studying at the Bartlett towards a PhD, dealing with aspects of architectural representation.
William Molho MArch
William joined Studio C102 having worked as a freelance designer and craftsman in London and Paris. He collaborated with Edgley Design on the fabrication and installation of a cast glass window display that was part of the RIBA Regent Street Windows in 2014.
William graduated from the Bartlett, UCL, in 2015. He previously completed his undergraduate studies at the École Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris.
Ben Spong BA(Hons)
Ben joined Studio C102 following his graduation with first-class honours from the University of Brighton, where he was nominated to represent the university at the RIBA President’s Medals Student Awards.
Ben’s award-nominated project, Designing a Dialogue, can be seen at the RIBA President’s Medals website.
Harriet Hughes-Onslow BA(Hons)
Harriet graduated with a BA in Architecture from Newcastle University in 2014. Prior to joining Studio C102, she worked for the design department at YOO on a wide variety of high-end residential and hospitality projects.
Harriet has travelled to Northern Nicaragua to volunteer with young locals, helping them to start businesses, as part of her ICS Entrepreneur programme.