Tony Kettle is the Design Principal of Kettle Collective. Tony is a multi-award winning international architect probably best known for designing the Falkirk Wheel in Scotland and the Lakhta Centre, the new headquarters for global energy giant Gazprom, Europe’s tallest tower at 462m in St Petersburg Russia.
Tony was educated at Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland and is the former International Group Design Director of RMJM.
Tony founded Kettle Collective in 2012 with Colin Bone and his experience includes a whole range of project types across the world, including City Palace Evolution Tower in Moscow, Dubai International Convention Centre in the UAE and the Stirling Prize winning Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh alongside EMBT. The Falkirk Wheel, the worlds only rotating boat lift, was exhibited in the V&A for the 2012 Olympics and has since been incorporated onto Scottish bank notes and the British Passport.
Tony is a Patron of ‘It’s Good to Give’ a Scottish Charity who support children and their families affected by cancer, for which he designed the ‘Ripple Retreat’ in the Trossachs National Park in Scotland, which opened on 12th of May 2017.