Antonio Callejon is an Associate at Alison Brooks Architects. A skilled and highly effective project leader, he has been instrumental in delivering design quality and technical performance across a number of ABA’s most complex, high density residential projects.
Antonio combines exceptional expertise in design management through to construction detailing and how to transform a client’s brief into beautiful and buildable architecture.
Antonio’s experience at ABA ranges across sectors and scales from a large-scale concept masterplan in Russia; detail design of ABA’s award-winning Cohen Quad, Exeter College Oxford; and Windward House, a private residence in Gloucestershire.
His experience of large scale mixed-use schemes is significant. He is a key member of the design team for the Passages, a large residential / mixed use scheme in the City of Surrey, Canada. He led the Scheme Design Stages of East Parkside mixed-use development, part of the waterside regeneration at Greenwich Peninsula and was Project Architect for the detail design stages of Athena residential development in NW Cambridge.
Prior to joining ABA, Antonio worked for Mangera Yvars Architects in London, where he was Project Architect for a Cultural Centre in Harrow, North London; and an Amenity Pavilion in Nothing Hill, from competition design stage to being Site Architect during construction stages.
Antonio holds a Bachelors and a Masters in Architecture from the Technical University of Granada, Spain. Antonio has been working in the UK since 2010 and is a fully licensed member of the UK Architects Registration Board (ARB).