BArch Hons DipArch ARB
Khash graduated from the Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow in 2000 where he enjoyed a student-centred and progressive learning approach. He joined Formation Architects in 2008, taking a lead role within a large team delivering the restoration and reconversion of a Grade II* listed building on Park Lane. The property was restored to create a palatial family home from its previous use as a corporate headquarters.
From 2012 to 2020 he led a team specialising as Executive Architects in the high-end residential sector running projects including the prestigious luxury residential development at The Glebe in Chelsea. A high-profile project involving 9 residences totalling over 100,000sqft in area which was completed in 2019. Other projects ranged from examples such as 1 Carlton House Terrace, a Grade I listed private residence in the heart of Westminster to the Town Houses and Penthouses at Audley Square, an extensive ‘Super Prime’ multi-unit scheme in Mayfair.
Having spent most of his career on delicate and often elaborate conversions of high-end residential schemes and collaborating with some of the world’s most renowned interior designers and highly skilled crafts people, he has developed a sharp eye for detail and exemplary skills at providing innovative solutions to the often-complex challenges. He thrives on the more practical aspects of the technical delivery packages, helping his team find the most sensitive and rational solutions.
In 2018 Khash was invited to join the Board of Directors at Formation Architects and now fronts the delivery division of the office and provides technical lead for both the mainstream and prime residential sectors.
Reflective of the way his own career has progressed at Formation Architects, he is passionate about creating an inclusive and supportive team culture, one that inspires and encourages staff to develop their potential whilst fosters a nurturing environment bringing out the very best in the team.
He spends his precious spare time with his young family.