Pro Vision makes new senior appointment

2nd October, 2018

Planning, architecture and urban design consultancy Pro Vision is delighted to announce Christian Morris has joined as associate director.

Building on the continuing success of the practice, which has offices in Ampfield, near Winchester and Newbury, Christian has been appointed to enhance the established architecture team and further increase the company’s diverse client base.

Christian brings a wealth of experience in the design and delivery of residential schemes of all types as well workplace, industrial, retail, hotel, leisure and education sectors - both standalone buildings and mixed-used developments. He also has considerable experience in masterplanning and urban design.

With a firm belief that good architectural design can add value - social, environmental and commercial – Christian, who lives in Hordle, near Lymington, sits on Southampton City Design Panel and has been a member of the judging panel of the International Property Awards for 10 years.

Pro Vision director Scot Masker said Christian’s design expertise and professional experience would complement the firm’s goals. He said: “We are excited Christian has joined us.

Christian is highly skilled, personable and brings with him a great record of achievement after more than two decades of professional experience in the architecture industry.”

From 2006-2011, Christian developed his architectural career with Aukett Fitzroy Robinson where he was promoted to director and head of residential design in the UK. In 2006, he set up the Southampton office for the international design group which he purchased in 2011 and ran for a further six years under a licence agreement as Aukett Fizroy Robinson, later Aukett Swanke.

Prior to that he was associate at Charter Architects in Bouremouth from 2000-2006 and a senior architect at Lyons Sleeman Hoare in Hartley Whitney.

Early in his career, Christian worked in London for Fitzroy Robinson on major projects including the Lanesborough Hotel.  By the age of 30, he was principal designer for projects, including a new office for Axa Sun Life next door to The Old Bailey, a new Crowne Plaza in the City of London and an office HQ in Bournemouth.

Commenting on his new appointment, Christian said, “I worked with Scot at Lyons Sleeman Hoare, so I had a good idea of how capable the architecture team would be under his leadership. I was also impressed with how well the firm is run and its potential for further growth in the years ahead.”

Pro Vision is a growing consultancy with a team of 29 qualified and chartered town planners, urban designers, architects and ecologists.