Date joined: 2006
Honours: AA Dipl
Key Projects: 234 Bath Road, Slough; Cheval Place, London; Goldhawk Road, London; Little Chester Street, London; Luton Street, London; Residences, The Shard, London; Trident Hotel, London; University of St Andrews New Music Centre, Scotland
Joining Flanagan Lawrence in 2006 and promoted to Senior Associate Director in 2016, Henrik has subsequently been involved with commercial developments, mixed use, and high end residential schemes.
Currently Henrik is leading the team on the design of a new music centre at the University of St Andrews in Scotland. He is also leading Luton Street, a residential scheme in Westminster, London, and the design of a new 66-bedroom hotel, located at the edge of a UNESCO World Heritage site in Greenwich.
Henrik was the project architect for the recently completed office development 234 Bath Road, a 60,000 sqft headquarters building on a key site forming a new gateway to the Slough Trading Estate, UK. He was involved with the design of the interiors of the ten residential units at the top of The Shard, and was also responsible for the overall delivery of Little Chester Street, a luxury 10,000 sqft private residential dwelling in Belgravia, including fit out, completed in 2013, and Cheval Place, a three apartment project on a complex site in Knightsbridge completed in 2015.
Henrik graduated from the Architectural Association in London, having previously studied in Florence, Italy and at the Royal Academy, School of Architecture in Denmark.
Before joining Flanagan Lawrence, Henrik worked for Stanton Williams in London where he was involved with a series of large scale buildings for arts and education, including the University of The Arts, London, and the new King’s Cross campus for Central Saint Martins, winner of AJ100 Building of the Year.