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Maxwell Hutchinson is a practising architect, radio and television presenter. His contributions to broadcasting have included various architectural documentaries for the BBC, Channel 4 and Discovery Channel, Newsnight, You and Yours, Late Night Live, Radio London’s Robert Elms Show. Some of his best-known buildings include Skylines at Canary Wharf, JS Pathology’s Headquarters at Camden Lock and Aztec Row in Islington. A former President of the Royal British Institute of British Architects. Maxwell is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of London and the former chairman of Article 25, a charity he set up following his survival of the 2004 Sri Lankan Tsunami. He has been running his own highly successful architectural practice for over 35 years.  A versatile, humorous and flamboyant speaker with a wealth of stories to tell, Maxwell is renowned for his charming and gregarious nature.

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Maxwell Hutchinson is a practising architect, radio and television presenter. His contributions to broadcasting have included various architectural documentaries for the BBC, Channel 4, Discovery Channel, Newsnight, You and Yours, Late Night Live, and Radio London’s Robert Elms Show. Other credits include No 57 :The History of a House, which he wrote and presented together with the book to accompany the series, and a historical documentary on Eleanor Castile (1290). He also presented the 8 part series  How To Rescue a House, Restoration Nation, Guardians of Time for ABC Australia and the BBC series Songs of Praise. He continues to present and report on such shows as Inside Out.

As a designer, some of his best-known buildings include Skylines at Canary Wharf, JS Pathology’s Headquarters at Camden Lock and Aztec Row in Islington. 

A former President of the Royal British Institute of British Architects, he has been running his own highly successful architectural practice for 40 years. 

Maxwell is also the former Chairman of Article 25, a charity he set up following his survival of the 2004 Sri Lankan Tsunami and former Chairman of both Permarock Group of Building Product Manufacturing Companies, of which he was a founder and Holland Hannen and Cubitts, the building firm responsible for many of the great buildings of London. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of London,

In 2014, Maxwell was ordained as a Deacon at St Paul’s Cathedral.

A versatile, humorous and flamboyant speaker with a wealth of stories to tell, Maxwell is renowned for his charming and gregarious nature.

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