Colin Holden is an architect with 20 years private practice experience. He qualified in Edinburgh and has practiced in Berlin, Kuala Lumpur and London. In London he worked for Stanton Williams on cultural and commercial projects at the National Gallery, the National Theatre, MOMA Oxford, the Issey Miyake store and the Brindley Place office development in Birmingham. He co-founded the practice arclab in 2000 undertaking a mixture of private residential and commercial work.
Since 2005 Holden has lectured in the Design School at Kingston, he is a Principal Lecturer, the acting Academic Director for 3D and course director for the MA Design: Product+Space and the MA Design: Health & Wellbeing. He is currently researching the post-war residential development of the Dulwich Estate and the work of Austin Vernon and Partners.