Maxwell Hutchinson
Radio & Television Broadcaster

Mr. Maxwell Hutchinson is one of the founders of Article 25. He was President of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) from 1989 to 1991. His better known buildings include Skylines on the Isle of Dogs, JS Pathology’s Headquarters at Camden Lock, Aztec Row in Islington and Pink Floyd’s recording studio in Britannia Row. He was a visiting Professor at the University of Westminster and previously at the Universities of Nottingham and Queens Belfast. Maxwell is a practising architect and regular radio and television broadcaster. Among his credits, he has written and presented three series for Discovery TV on architecture, engineering and science, and worked on BBC Two’s First Sight and Restoration Nation. He has also presented Channel Four’s Demolition Detectives, and wrote and presented No 57, The History of A House. He has also contributed to Carlton Television’s The Good, The Bad and The Listed as well as Anglia Television’s Hidden Heritage. Maxwell is also a regular contributor to BBC Radio Four, as well as BBC Two’s Newsnight, BBC London and various programmes on LBC radio.