Vincent Lin

Vincent is an architect with significant experience in mixed-use developments, transport and infrastructure, sports facilities, and urban design. Prior to joining Studio Egret West, Vincent worked at Alsop Architects for 7 years, where he first met Christophe and David.

At Alsop, Vincent developed a diverse portfolio covering a wide range of construction sectors and geographical regions. His in-depth knowledge of complex geometry and fluency in computer-aided design skills along with close collaboration with specialist contractors has proved invaluable for the successful delivery for several high profile landmark schemes. With his excellent communication skills and being particularly well-versed at interpreting complex briefs to delivering innovative design solutions, Vincent quickly became Project Architect running schemes such as Steeles West Underground Station in Toronto, Putney Place in London, De Calypso in Rotterdam, and the Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal.

Since joining Studio Egret West in 2011, Vincent has continued to lead a diverse range of projects. His first project was the winning competition scheme for the Cluster of Spires development, a landmark building that combines a uniquely community based brief at a prominent location in central London. He has also ran Cambridge Sporting Village & Community Stadium, an 8,000 seat stadium for Cambridge United with an indoor training hall and additional accommodation for Anglia Ruskin University and an elite athletes physiotherapy, strength and conditioning facility.

Vincent successfully delivered the Urban Design Framework for Millharbour Village, a 3.6 hectare master plan including 2600 homes, two new schools, local shops, cafes, and restaurants, and two generous open public spaces. He then worked on the more detailed design of numerous of the high-rise buildings.

More recently he led the planning application for a 21 storey residential building in Kidbrooke and is now working on the design of a 33 storey tower in Chiswick, West London.

Vincent is also a guest design critic at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University of Nottingham, and University of Hong Kong.

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