Kesha Chakhvorostov

B.Arch (Hons) RMIT

Architect since 2013

Kesha Chakhvorostov is a dedicated and ambitious architect with over fourteen years of in-depth architectural experience across a variety of project types and sizes. With a background encompassing project sectors as diverse as Education, Commercial, Multi-residential, Community, and Leisure, Kesha has developed a key area of specialisation in the education sector. His role as design associate within ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s Education Team sees him primarily focusing on overseeing the initial stages of education projects, steering the schemes throughout their masterplanning and design phases and composing the layout and form of the new buildings.

Kesha’s work in educational design demonstrates a knowledge and innovation focus, creating agile and inclusive learning environments with a strong sense of place and identity that benefit the end-users, the communities in which they are located, and the industry more widely. He says that he enjoys delivering the best in learning environments for students, creating spaces where they want to learn and where the staff, parents and community enjoy spending time.