Tony Kettle

Kettle Collective, Design Principal | Edinburgh, United Kingdom

About

Tony Kettle is an award winning British Architect probably best known for designing the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland and the Lakhta Centre, the new headquarters for global energy giant Gazprom, Europe's tallest tower at 462m in St Petersburg Russia.

In 2012 Tony founded his own international architecture studio in Edinburgh, as Kettle Collective. The studio expanded into Moscow and St Petersburg in 2013, opened a studio in Dubai in 2014, a studio in Oman in 2018, and Hong Kong in 2019.

In April 2016 on the Queen’s 90th Birthday, Kettle Collective was honoured with the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.

CTBUH Designated Expert

CTBUH Roles

Annual Conference, Presenter (Middle East 2018; Chicago 2019)

Awards Best Tall Building Europe Jury (Chair 2021)

CTBUH Initiatives

Aqua Tour

Aqua Tour

21 October 2009

Videos

22 October 2009

Gazprom Tower: The Politics of High Rise

The subject of intense debate when proposed in the historic city of St. Petersburg, this headquarters for the Russian energy giant Gazprom seems to be...

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22 October 2009

Session 3 - Tall Buildings: Adopting an Icon Q & A

The Session S3 speaker panel consisting of: Arthur Gensler, Chairman, Gensler, San Francisco; Tony Kettle, International Group Design Director, RMJM, UK; and Clark Manus, FAIA,...

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22 October 2009

Interview: Gazprom Tower

Tony Kettle of RMJM is interviewed by Jeff Herzer during the 2009 CTBUH Chicago Conference at Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. Tony talks about his...

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