The Solidspace DNA: Roger Zogolovitch Shares His Insights on Being an Architect Developer
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This week’s interview is with Roger Zogolovitch, Founder of Solidspace. I met Roger at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in Berlin where he was a judge for the completed buildings category for housing.
Roger is a practicing architect and independent developer with 40 years of experience in the field. He has built an impressive portfolio of urban housing projects on gap sites in London.
Roger implements ‘spatial DNA’ into his projects by arranging spaces for eating, living and working on a connected series of split levels. By doing so, Roger can use his architectural skills to build unique projects on otherwise difficult sites in London and also to create beautiful living environments for people.
Anyone keen to develop their own housing projects should read this; Roger gives a ton of valuable advice for getting started.
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