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Emerging architect killed in motorway accident

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A 32-year-old architect, hailed as a future star by his practice, has been killed in a road accident

Andrew Griffiths, an associate at north London-based PKS Architects, was hit after he got out of a taxi parked on the hard shoulder of the M1 motorway (Saturday 10 January).

Griffiths, who studied at the University of Nottingham and had previously worked for RJA Architects, was described as a ‘greatly valued colleague and friend to everyone who had the pleasure of working with him.’

A spokesman for PKS said that Griffiths had been seen as a key part of the practice’s succession plan, adding: ‘At only 32, his talents and energetic personality will be a great loss.’

Griffiths, who lived in Kentish Town and was originally from Sutton Coldfield.

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