Gatti Routh Rhodes Architects was established in 2013 by Richard Gatti, Tom Routh and Stefanie Rhodes.
Richard Gatti, ARB
Richard studied at the Cass School of Architecture and has worked with Denton Corker Marshall, in both the UK and Australia, and with Delvendahl Martin Architects and erect architecture. Before undertaking his architectural training he received a degree in Genetics and Zoology at Leeds University and worked with the long-term unemployed, refugees and prisoners. Richard currently runs the Practice in the UK course for qualified architects from outside the UK, in conjunction with the London Metropolitan University and the RIBA, as well as teaching on undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the Cass.
Tom Routh, ARB
Tom studied at the Cass School of Architecture and has more than a decade's worth of experience in practice. He has worked at Stanton Williams and Denton Corker Marshall on a diverse range of cultural, commercial and residential projects. These include a new research facility for Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Stonehenge Visitor Centre. Prior to training as an architect, he received a degree in Art History from the University of East Anglia. Tom has been a studio tutor at the Cass and currently co-runs the Practice in the UK course for qualified architects from outside the UK. Tom has recently joined CADAP, the design review panel for the London borough of Tower Hamlets.
Stefanie Rhodes, ARB, RIBA
Stefanie studied architecture at Sheffield University and the Cass. She has worked in architectural practices in South Korea, Paris and London, most recently as Project Architect for a number of large scale housing projects at Karakusevic Carson Architects, including the regeneration of the Colville Estate in Hackney. Stefanie has taught postgraduate design at the Korea National University and has been an undergraduate studio tutor at the Cass. She is an RIBA chartered Architect and a member of the RIBA schools of Architecture Validation Panel.