Architect Chris Milan joins Parabola

Developer Parabola has appointed architect Chris Milan as an associate director.

Architect Chris Milan joins Parabola

Chris Milan

Mr Milan was a former associate director at Dixon Jones, which was masterplan architects on Parabola’s Edinburgh Park development.

With over twenty years of experience across the arts, commercial and education projects, Chris has a reputation for his focus on design, master planning and construction. Previous high profile construction projects include the redevelopment of both the National Portrait Gallery and National Gallery in London, Quadrant 3 for the Crown Estate in Soho, Westgate shopping complex for Land Securities in Oxford and Parabola’s own Kings Place in central London.

Chris was brought up in Manchester, is a graduate of Sheffield University, and has over two decades of experience in private practice. 

Tony Hordon, managing director of Parabola, welcomed Chris to his new role in-house with Parabola.

He said: “Chris has been leading the design and master planning work on Edinburgh Park since 2015 and is an established part of the Parabola team. We are delighted that he has joined Parabola and look forward to enjoying Chris’ thoughtful and incisive approach to the ongoing development of Edinburgh’s zero carbon quarter Edinburgh Park which will be an exemplar community in terms of design, technology, place-making and benefits from an inspirational team.”

Chris Milan added: “I am greatly looking forward to the new challenge of working with Parabola and realising our shared goals for Edinburgh Park. I have been fortunate in my career to work with some visionary, creative people and Parabola rightly has a reputation for encouraging best practice.”

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