Kosh has several years’ experience researching and working on infrastructure projects in New York, Marseille and London.
Kosh is currently a lead on the delivery of Liverpool Street Crossrail station, having previously led the design of Battersea Underground station; part of the proposed Northern Line extension.
He is experienced in working from early stages of design through to delivery on site; leading coordination of multi-disciplinary design teams, subcontractors and multiple stakeholders.
His interest began whilst working in America; recognising the impact infrastructure systems have upon the layout of a city. His subsequent dissertation ‘Terrain Vague - a perspective of the New York Subway’ won the Landscape & Urbanism prize at Edinburgh University. His postgraduate thesis proposed an extension to the Marseille metro system, catalysing urban regeneration in the northern zones.
Kosh has since worked closely with TFL, LU and Crossrail on station upgrades, listed building applications and Transport and Works Act Orders.
Previously, Kosh’s work concentrated on high-end residential projects in both London and New York; gaining a broad experience of design and construction typologies with private developers.
He is a keen cyclist, average guitarist and unwilling Tough Mudder competitor.