Member Since: 2013
Member Offices: London
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios are an award-winning practice with an international reputation for design quality, for pioneering environmental expertise and a radical architectural approach.
They started small over 35 years ago and, in spite of their growth to around 150 staff, they continue to be committed to social and humanistic values in their work. With a strong track record they are well placed to face the challenges of the future: growing & fractured cities; climate change; massive shifts in the delivery of education; increased localism; embracing the pace of technological change.
They are proud to have won the RIBA Stirling Prize for Accordia, a scheme which is widely regarded as setting a new benchmark for housing in the UK. The face of architecture is changing and they continue to pioneer imaginative and inclusive ways to create exceptional buildings.
Architecture; Interior Design; Urban Design
Architecturally Topped Out
Structurally Topped Out
115.3 m / 378 ft
96.5 m / 317 ft
86.3 m / 283 ft
69.5 m / 228 ft
64 m / 210 ft
61.4 m / 201 ft
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Average Building Age*
Most Common Function*
Residential (83%), 5 Buildings
Most Common Material*
Concrete (80%), 4 Buildings
* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.
*Based on 6 Completed & Under Construction Buildings
NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.
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