Matthew Barnett Howland
Matthew is Director of Research and Development at CSK Architects in Eton. He is responsible for developing the practice’s whole life approach to the design of environmentally sustainable buildings. Matthew led the research, design and construction of the multi-award winning Cork House, a pilot project for an innovative solid cork construction kit with outstanding whole life performance. He is currently working on more prefabricated cork and timber projects which continue to explore the connection between building lifecycles and building design.
In addition to previous experience at Jestico & Whiles in Prague and Buschow Henley in London, he has also designed sets for Opera North and managed property developments. Matthew has over two decades of teaching experience, having taught diploma units at the Architectural Association, University of Cambridge and London Met, where he was awarded the RIBA Tutor Prize.