Frank is an award-winning architect with 30 years of international experience. He joined Make in 2004 and has led a wide range of prestigious projects for the practice, from the restoration and refurbishment of famous sites to the delivery of large-scale masterplanning and infrastructure projects. His portfolio also includes major office, residential, healthcare, transport and leisure developments. Frank is an advocate for sustainable architecture, particularly the drive to reduce dependency on glass in facade design. He recently oversaw the design and delivery of LSQ London, a landmark new retail and office complex behind a retained 1920s Portland stone facade featuring a specially commissioned frieze by artist Kenny Hunter. Among his ongoing projects are three high-profile housing developments in London, including the 52-storey Madison Tower on the Isle of dogs, and the 23 storey "20 Ropemaker" building in Islington.