Introducing Paul Bell

Paul has been a partner at Ryder Architecture for 12 years and from September 2019 has been working alongside i2C. Ryder and i2C are founding members of the Ryder Alliance.
Paul is responsible for the development of our international portfolio in Build to Rent, Education and a broad approach to health including Later Living.

Paul Bell

Pilgrim St Masterplan

He has led many high profile projects across a range of sectors including urban design, health, education and mixed use infrastructure projects. Paul has spoken around the world on a range of topics including sustainable healthcare design, transport infrastructure and blurring the boundaries across sectors to create integrated environments in which people can live and age well. Paul leads Ryder’s Northern Arc Hyperloop proposition, one of ten schemes at the global forefront of this emerging technology.

Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary, Dumfries UK

Newcastle Helix Build to Rent UK

Northern Arc Hyperloop UK

He loves to cycle, has ‘enjoyed’ three 1500km Cycle to MIPIM rides from London to Cannes and spent his first Sunday in Australia completing Melbourne’s Around the Bay ride.

Around the Bay ride, Victoria

BLURRING THE BOUNDARIES EVENTS

Join us for two special events hosted by i2C Architects in collaboration with Succession Plus.

Craig West, Managing Director, Succession Plus, will discuss benchmarking and industry challenges in the building and environment sector and Paul will provide an insight into his findings here plus what the trends are in the UK and their likely impact on Australia.

Melbourne

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Sydney

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TEFMA GROUNDS WORKSHOP 6-7 November

‘Campus Environments – Campus Experience’

Paul will be speaking about Urban Sustainability,  a UK perspective of an integrated city campus. Deakin University, Victoria.

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Paul is happy to share any insights from the projects he has worked on and is interested in hearing about local experiences on Build to Rent, health, later living, sustainable and education developments. To discuss, contact Paul on pbell@i2c.com.au