Maxwell Hutchinson is a broadcaster and former President of the Royal Institute of British Architects. Perhaps best known for his work on television programmes including numerous architectural documentaries as well as appearances on Newsnight and Songs of Praise, he a is a charismatic and fascinating educational speaker who is more than happy to share his stories from the world of architecture, design and manufacture as an after-dinner or keynote speaker.
As well as his work as an architect and television presenter, Maxwell is also an Anglican Deacon and has been a curate of St. Peter and St. Paul Church in Chingford since 2016. Bringing this unique combination of roles to his speeches, Maxwell is an exuberant and flamboyant who speaker who is a fountain of knowledge across art and history and will captivate his audience with anecdotes and tales that capture the mood of any event.
Although an architect by trade, Maxwell Hutchinson is best-known to the public as the host of of a litany of documentaries including Number 57: The History of a House, in which he took us on a journey through the lifetime of one building, to Derelict Buildings, an informative series for the BBC. He has written accompanying books for both programmes as well as The Prince of Wales: Right or Wrong? - An Architect Replies, which was a bestseller upon its release.
Other topics that Maxwell has covered on either television or radio including the Olympics, the Berlin Wall and the history of London, achieving awards for his efforts including a Sony Award for Best Specialist Contributor.
Maxwell Hutchinson is a remarkable man and a truly informative speaker who has also contributed to Sky News, BBC London and NBC News. A regular interviewee on the likes of BBC Radio 5 Live and Newsnight, he can talk on architecture, engineering and much, much more. Always enjoyable to listen to, Maxwell Hutchinson is the perfect after-dinner speaker for any event.
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