Kevin Carmody studied architecture at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Australia Canberra University. After working at the offices of Metier 3 Architects in Australia he moved to London where he worked with Hamilton Associates and David Chipperfield Architects.
He founded Carmody Groarke with Co-director Andy Groarke in 2006. The practice has been recognised by architectural awards including the Building Design ‘Young Architect of the Year Award’ (YAYA), the Architectural Review ‘Emerging Architecture Award’, the D&AD ‘Yellow Pencil’ awards for Spatial Design and Exhibition Design and several RIBA National, Regional and Special awards.
Recent projects include the Windermere Steamboat Museum in the Lake District, a new Maggie's Cancer Care Centre in Liverpool, and a major restoration project for Dorset County Museum in Dorchester.