Charles McLaughlin


Charlie was born and raised in Cambridge, where, after completing a year studying fine art sculpture, transferred to architecture and graduated from the University of Westminster in 2016.

Post graduation, he worked as a labourer on construction sites in Sydney and London and interned at Boyarsky Murphy architects, collaborating on two international competitions: co-living in Forest Gate and a ferry terminal in Seoul, Korea.

Charlie has also worked in conservation at Marcus Beale Architects where he worked on multiple buildings at Harrow School and led a renovation project in Britain’s first co-partnership garden suburb in Brentham, London.

Charlie is currently doing his LSA practice placement at AHMM. He is keen to continue exploring architecture’s relationship between economics, philosophy and urban history.