About Roger Keusch
After studying in Plymouth, London and the United States, Roger Keusch worked for a number of leading architectural practices including Rolph Judd in London and Pedal Thorpe and Walker Pty. in Sydney Australia. During this time Roger worked on prestigious projects such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney and top end commercial and residential developments in the west end of London.
Working with Clerkenwell practice Yeates Design + Architecture, Roger has developed an equal expertise in both private and commercial developments over the past 12 years. More recently he has concentrated on residential architecture. Commercial work has included the design and construction of apartment and housing projects, and winning complex planning approvals. During this time he has completed a number of private houses, which include new-build and the conversion of historic buildings. Roger has worked extensively with historic listed buildings including the conversion of a Grade II* disused stables in North London, which was on English Heritages most at risk list, and the development of a new healthcare complex surrounded by Grade II And II* listed buildings in central Farnham. The local planning and conservation officers have commended both projects. Roger's work whith Yeates Design + Architecture has been published in magazines and has featured on the front page of the Property section of the Independent. Chapel Lodge in Padstow also won an award for the conversion of an historic building.
Since 2006 Roger has increasingly worked on his own projects, including the extension and alterations to a listed farm in the Cotswolds and numerous house alterations and extensions, and set up Roger Keusch Architecture Ltd. in 2009.