Gary Clark is the regional leader of the HOK’s Science + Technology practice covering the United Kingdom, Europe and the Middle East. Based in HOK’s London studio, he brings more than 30 years of experience designing high-performance buildings across multiple sectors, with a focus on spaces that foster collaboration and engagement.
Gary understands the specialized needs of science and technology clients whose facilities must support research, learning, experimentation and business operations while being both flexible and secure.
An authority on green design, Gary serves as a visiting professor of sustainable architecture at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen and frequently advises the UK government on sustainable policy. He is chair of the Royal Institute of British Architects’ (RIBA) Sustainable Futures Group and has helped shape the organization’s official policy and guidance on energy-efficient buildings and resilient design. He was the lead author of the RIBA Sustainable Outcomes Guide.
MPhil Environmental Design
Robert Gordon Institute of Technology
BSc (Honors) Architecture
Diploma in Advanced Architectural Studies
RIBA Part 3 Professional Practice in Architecture