Professor Peter St John and Moe Reddish named among London's most influential people

Cass lecturer and rising star alumnus join London Met Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs on the Progress 1000 list.

Date: 04 October 2019

Professor Peter St John and London Met alumnus Moe Reddish have been recognised in the Evening Standard's Progress 1000 list for 2019.

Peter, who teaches architecture at The Cass, is listed alongside Adam Caruso, with whom he founded award-winning architecture practice Caruso St John, in the 'Business: Architecture' section of the Progress 1000. The Evening Standard described their firm as 'London’s top choice of architects for museums and galleries'. 

Moe graduated from the Furniture and Product Design BA (Hons) at The Cass in 2018 and since then has already achieved a great deal of success. He won the 100% Forward design award while still a student and has also been nominated in the Young Furniture Makers Awards for the past two years running. He works with timber and ceramics and fuses traditional joinery with modern techniques. Moe was listed n the '25 under 25' section of the list.

The Progress 1000 serves to spotlight and celebrate the most influential individuals in London across a range of areas including but not limited to business, technology, science, politics, religion, design, architecture, culture and the arts. The list collectively recognises those who have made an impact in the capital and beyond. Many of these individuals will be well known whereas others won’t have a public profile but are doing outstanding work that serves to benefit the City of London. 

Peter and Moe are joined on the list by London Met's Vice-Chancellor Professor Lynn Dobbs who was recognised for her work as an equality activist.

A full list of those included in the Evening Standard Progress 1000 can be found online.  

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