David Summerfield

David Summerfield

Senior Executive Partner Head of Studio

David joined Foster + Partners in 1992, initially working on Hong Kong International Airport at Chek Lap Kok. On returning to London he led the design for the award-winning McLaren Technology Centre. Recently completed projects include the Samson Pavilion, a new health pavilion in Ohio commissioned by Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic, and the renovation and expansion of the Norton Museum of Art in Florida. David has also completed several luxury residential projects including 551 West 21st Street and 100 East 53rd Street in New York, and a number of private villas in Bodrum, Turkey. He is currently working on the Oceanwide Center, a mixed use development comprising of two high-rise towers in San Francisco; as well as two luxury residential mixed-use developments in the United States, the Transamerica Pyramid and One Beverly Hills.

Project Experience

Samson Pavilion, CWRU and Cleveland Clinic

551 West 21st Street

Oceanwide Center


AQWA Corporate

Norton Museum of Art

Apple Park

Apple Michigan Avenue, Chicago

Apple Orchard Road, Singapore

Xiao Jing Wan University

Kulm Eispavillon

Faena House

Crossrail Place Canary Wharf

50 United Nations Plaza

Apple Union Square, San Francisco

Apple Regent Street, London

Buenos Aires Ciudad Casa de Gobierno

Alen Yacht 68

Apple Zorlu Centre, Istanbul

Sperone Westwater

Panthalassa, sailing yacht

McLaren Technology Centre

Hong Kong International Airport

Yacht Club de Monaco

Amaravati masterplan

Upper Orwell Crossings

Snowdon Aviary refurbishment

Ocean Towers

One Beverly Hills

Transamerica Pyramid Center

Apple Brompton Road