Daniel Shabetai


Daniel is a senior architect with detailed legislation and construction knowledge across a wide range of building types, particularly within the historic environment. During his 20 years of conservation experience he has worked on both landmark and modest buildings, preparing conservation plans, quinquennial surveys, design and repair strategies and details and has overseen implementation contracts.

He worked on the refurbishment of the Foreign and India Offices in Whitehall (both Grade l), The Grove, Watford (Grade ll*) the Handel House Museum (Grade l) undertaking detailing that he successfully presented to the Heritage Lottery Fund and Cambridge Gate within London’s Regent’s Park as high class residential apartments. He was Project Architect at George Gilbert Scott’s Grade I Midland Grand Hotel (now known as St Pancras Chambers) co-ordinating the Envelope Repair Contract.

While at MacCormac Jamieson Prichard, Daniel was responsible for restoring and reinvigorating the major Art Deco spaces of The Broadcasting House (Grade ll*) development for the BBC which include the main reception and the Radio Theatre.

With Hopkins Architects he worked on the redevelopment of two Grade ll* listed houses in Grosvenor Street, London as bespoke offices and the regeneration of the Newton and Arkwright redevelopment for Nottingham Trent University (both Grade ll*) that won Civic Trust and RIBA awards, on the construction phase of Henrietta Barnett School and the restoration and adaption of St. George’s Chapel, Great Yarmouth (Grade l) as a Theatre and Performing Arts Venue where he also undertook the role as the Accredited Architect for the English Heritage grant aided work.

At MBA he has worked on projects at Staple Inn, Ludgate House, University College School, New College and Oriel College, Oxford.