Michael Rostock

Architectural Assistant


Mike has a range of experience working on projects spanning different contexts and scales, including arts, culture and high street regeneration, with a particular focus on creative reuse and stakeholder engagement. He has an interest in research or projects that create a meaningful, non-transplantable kind of architecture that above all makes sense for the people that use it.

A graduate of Manchester School of Architecture, his MArch thesis developed a strategy for the incremental re-use of a disused trio of Italian occupation-era buildings on the Greek island of Rhodes. Working directly with the local community, it has now developed into a live project that has involved the development of small-scale temporary interventions via direct stakeholder engagement, with aspirations to develop into a wider strategy for community change.

Michael Rostock


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