Peter “Harry” Harris is a champion of co-experience, from living to working, members clubs to community engagement. An architect by training, he is the developer behind The Curtain, a hotel, restaurant, music venue and members’ club in Shoreditch, and the Devonshire Club, a members’ club with bars, lounges, a brasserie, gardens, wellness centre and bedrooms in the City of London. Most recently, he gained planning consent to convert an historic house on the banks of the Thames in Berkshire into a hotel and members’ club, and his company, SUSD, is currently acting as development consultant and project monitor on The Collective Canary Wharf, the world’s largest co-living development.
With over 25 years’ experience delivering complex real estate projects in and around London, Harry has developed a systematic, locally-sensitive and financially-sound approach that has seen his projects through from initial design to successful launch and management. He is a “thinker” as well as a “do-er”, offering enthusiastic contributions as a conference speaker, writer and a judge of national and international award schemes. Right now, he is actively researching the next level of wellbeing within our designed environments.
Speaking at International Hospitality Investment Forum