Alastair King

Project Architect

Alastair studied architecture at the Bartlett, University College London, and graduated with distinction in 2014. His work has been published in the Architects Journal, and has been exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and Aahus School of Architecture.  


After graduation, he worked for Foster + Partners on the European Headquarters for Bloomberg in Central London, from detailed design to completion. The development includes office, retail, a TfL entrance to Bank station, and a public museum to house the Grade II listed ruins of the Temple of Mithras.  


Alastair joined Hopkins Architects in 2017, and was made a Project Architect in 2020. His projects include a mixed-use development in Trafalgar Square, which involves the restoration and adaptation of two Grade II listed buildings dating from the 19th century, feasibility studies for a private healthcare facility in Central London, Hurlingham Retail Parkand a new indoor sports and aquatics centre for Eton College. 


He is currently working on the hotel suites, events and guest amenity spaces in the 5-star The Peninsula London Hotel. 


Alastair is a regular critic at the University of Greenwich and the Bartlett School of Architecture.