The first building to be completed on the landmark Vaux site, The Beam is part of a year regeneration project which, once complete, will extend the city center, create thousands of jobs and have a major social and economic impact on the region. The project has been efficient and lean in its construction to not only ensure its embodied energy is minimized, but also that it is cost-effective. This has been achieved through an innovative low embodied energy, hybrid steel and pre-cast concrete frame, that was quick to construct. The lean construction system gives the desired character and finish architecturally and helps to reduce embodied carbon - often overlooked as the major carbon consumer in the life of the building.

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Employees Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is a partnership of award-winning architects, urban designers, model makers and a highly skilled support team. We also have specialists in building conservation, software design and heritage interpretation and our experts in sustainability continue to lead the field.

Peter works primarily in the education and cultural sectors. His involvement in schools and higher education projects includes a new School of Engineering in Toronto and an Academy in Bangladesh. His recent work encompasses major urban regeneration schemes, together with public museums, galleries and major university projects throughout the UK.

He is guest lecturer at various UK schools of architecture, and a regular speaker at national and international conferences. He has worked on many of our award-winning projects in housing, student accommodation and, in particular, the education sector.

Other projects include academies in Bristol , Paddington , Birmingham and Worcester , and schools in Plymouth and Dorset. She has worked on a wide range of education and regeneration projects. He takes a leading role in our creative re-use and regeneration projects and is an AABC-accredited conservation architect.

Geoff lectures at several universities and rides his bike a lot. As well as taking an overview of all our housing and urban regeneration related issues, he is currently the design lead across a number of diverse sectors. These include masterplanning, higher education, further education, schools, mixed use, and housing projects that encompass both new build and historically sensitive re-use.

Jason sits on the Lewisham Design Panel, offers high-level consultancy support to various other councils and educational institutions, and has held teaching positions at Edinburgh and Bath Universities. Simon works across a number of sectors, however his focus has been on the Higher Education sector, which he heads up for us.

While he works across a range of projects, his main focus is on urban design and large-scale city centre buildings. Through working in this sector, Alex has gained a wealth of experience in the education, office, cultural and residential building types that help inform the design of robust and deliverable masterplanning strategies.

Alex has worked on major regeneration projects in the UK, particularly in Manchester and Leeds, and is currently undertaking a number of large-scale projects in London. John recently led Spreehalle , creating new artists ateliers within former industrial buildings in Berlin, and a new private house in Chelsea for Bryan Adams. John has been an external examiner and studio tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture and visiting critic at Oxford Brookes and Sheffield Hallam Universities.

Hugo is also a teaching fellow at the University of Bath. He works primarily within the education sector and most recently has completed the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. As a Studio Leader in Bath he is a key member of our senior management team. After working on the exhibition and entrance buildings at the Earth Centre in Doncaster, Mike designed various residential and higher education projects.

In , he led the team that won the Stirling Prize for Accordia , a substantial residential scheme in Cambridge. He has subsequently worked on large, complex mixed-use and residential masterplan schemes such as new build and regeneration projects for Bristol University.

He became a Partner in She works across sectors and work stages enjoying all aspects of the design and construction process. Heading up the FCBStudios charity group, Rachel donates her time to charities based in Burundi and Kenya to provide facilities for street children using local technologies to support sustainable community life. This marked the start of his current specialisation in designing innovative higher education research buildings. Amanda co-leads FCBStudios workplace sector and has extensive experience at all stages of design, from pre-planning to completion.

Anja Grossmann Partner Dipl Ing. With over 20 years of experience delivering award-winning public buildings, including the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester, he is passionate about the value of design and delivering environmentally and socially sustainable buildings.


Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Architects

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is an architectural and urban design practice with an international reputation for design quality, for pioneering environmental expertise and a progressive architectural approach. In Brief Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios has experience in designing for education, housing, masterplanning and urban design as well as places for art and the creative reuse of historic buildings. We started small 40 years ago and have grown to over staff. We believe excellence in design can facilitate change, improvement and transformation in society. Design From large-scale urban design to the all-important incidental spaces in our buildings, architecture can have a positive impact on society and humanity. We create buildings and spaces that develop our culture and enhance our communities. Research Our priority is helping clients make great architecture that serves their particular needs and responds in a vital way to its context.


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