Ken Powell, AIA
B.Sc (Arch), B.Arch (Hons)
After completing his studies at UNSW, Ken worked for a number of years
with leading local architects Neville Gruzman Pty and Allen Jack & Cottier.
He then went overseas to work in London as Project Architect for a large
Upon his return to Australia Ken worked for Robin Dyke Daryl Jackson
Pty Ltd on a new office building at Concord before going to the Canberra
office of Daryl Jackson Alastair Swayn to develop the new headquarters
for the Australian Labor Party. He returned to the Sydney office to
be project architect for the food hall of the international terminal
at Kingsford-Smith Airport.
In 1994 Ken went to work for John Bruce and Partners Pty as project
architect on high rise residential developments in Milsons Point and
Wollstonecraft. He then worked at Scott Carver on the conversion of
a city office building to residential apartments.
He established Ken Powell Architect in 1997 and has built a successful
small architectural practice working on a variety of projects and delivering
high quality personal services.
After finishing B. Architectural studies, Charles worked at Burtenshaw
Scoufis Architecture, where he worked on residential, commercial and
University projects including the refurbishment of UTS Building 4 and
ATARI gaming company office.
He then resumed studies in Masters of Architecture at UNSW which included
an exchange program with Bauhaus Universitat (Weimar) where he worked
on a competition for the Bauhaus Museum.
Since graduation he has been working at KPA on a range of projects and
has developed a breadth of experience and is a key member of the practice.