Professor Maxwell Hutchinson
Maxwell Hutchinson is a former president of the Royal Institute of British Architects from 1989 to 1991. He is a practicing architect and regular radio and television broadcaster. He was runner-up for the BT Regional News Presenter of the Year Award, and has since been nominated for two Royal Television Society Awards.
His architectural practice, ‘The Hutchinson Studio‘ are appointed as architects for significant contemporary interventions into three of London’s most significant churches. He is well known for a large portfolio of buildings throughout London. For ten years he was chairman of the Permarock Group of building Product Manufacturing companies, of which he was a founder.
In between his busy broadcasting schedule, he is developing a number of historical projects for both television and publishing. He is thoroughly enjoying writing his first fictional novel covering the intriguing truth behind the 15th Century Roslyn Chapel in Scotland.
Maxwell is the Founder and Life President of Article 25, (formerly Architects for Aid) a charity he set up in 2004.
Apart from his work, Maxwell enjoys composing music, including three stage musicals and writing a requiem mass and playing the piano and the guitar. He is a Church Warden of the Church Our Most Holy Redeemer, Clerkenwell.