is an experienced architect who has worked on a wide range of unique projects including mixed-use developments, exhibition spaces and high-end residential projects. Trained in both Malaysia and the UK, Khairul completing his MSc. in Advanced Architectural Studies in 2002 with distinction.
Following this Khairul worked in a number of practices in Scotland and Malaysia, and was involved in a number high-profile projects such as; the New Scottish Parliament Buildings in Edinburgh, the Alexander Thomson Society Building in Glasgow and the Masterplan of Parcel E of the new Malaysian Government Administration Centre in Putrajaya.
Khairul joined Kettle Collective in 2013 and has since worked in key roles on a number of prestigious projects such as the Solar Innovation Centre in Dubai, Greenwich Peninsula Golf Driving Range in London and Al Mouj Residential Development in Oman. Khairul specialises in the implementation of BIM standards and is involved at every stage of the design process; appraisal and design briefing, developing detailed proposals, product information and coordinating information from the design team consultants.