Architect, presenter, writer and lecturer, George's work has made a huge impact on the housing industry. Famed for the Channel 4 programmes: The Home Show, The Restoration Man and George Clarke's Amazing Spaces, the architect has become a household name. Using his position to incite social action, George is an ambassador for housing and homeless charity Shelter. The perfect choice for speaking on environmental issues, the housing crisis and home design.
George Clarke is Channel 4’s face of architecture. Architect, writer and lecturer, George is one of the most popular property TV presenters on British TV, fronting Build A New Life; The Home Show; Restoration Man and George Clarke's Amazing Spaces.
George decided that architecture was his future at the age of 12. After completing his studies at the University of Newcastle and University College London, George set up his own practice, clarke:desai, with business partner Bobby Desai.
With a superior reputation and a team full of talent and passion, clarke:desai’s client list grew, and the company continued building on its success, with a portfolio including innovative residential, cultural and urban design projects internationally.
As his business began to win awards, George spread his knowledge through university teaching and research, which allowed him to discover and develop ingenious and completely unique types of architecture, designed to transform everyday lives.
Moving in a different direction in 2011, he set up George Clarke + Partners, a firm which is also involved in renovation and refurbishment.
In 2004 he turned to TV, where he has made a name for himself as one of the most successful and popular presenters of the small screen.
Outspoken and confident in his knowledge and beliefs, George regularly comments in the press about the UK’s housing crisis and ways which is can be reduced, in the context of empty homes, and environmental awareness and strategic town planning.