Charles Pigott was trained as an architect at the Portsmouth School of Architecture and the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, receiving his AA Diploma in June 1992. He has worked in Chicago and London for the office of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, being involved in the building of international office and residential schemes. In the 90’s, Berlin became his second home, for architectural experimentation and freelance architectural work.

Charles joined ACME London in 2013 and is our document controller and a core part of the team. He manages, amongst other things, the Coffee Group, maintaining a team of cleaning barista’s for our office golden spirit coffee machine and the Space Group, overseeing and carrying out the required maintenance of the ACME office and its building. Since 2016 Charles has been leading ACME's Research & Development Group.

Being a document controller has had Charles involved in a large variety of ACME’s built projects, including Victoria Gate and John Lewis in Leeds; Watermark Quay in Southampton; IQL Pavilion in Stratford; Swansea Arena; Hilton Canopy Hotel in Aldgate, as well as maintaining many projects now that are on the boards or in the process of construction.