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Education, Architecture, Urbanism: Three University Projects

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Feilden Clegg Bradley has been working on projects in the Higher Education sector in the UK and North America for more than 20 years. This talk will focused on three recently completed buildings which demonstrate how their holistic approach to environmental design can lead both to reduced carbon emissions and make a positive contribution to urban regeneration.

Peter Clegg is a Founding Partner with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, having established the practice with Richard Feilden in 1978. Widely regarded as a key pioneer in the field of environmental design, he has almost 30 years’ experience in low energy architecture and is actively involved in research, design and education.
Peter was the primary author of “Feilden Clegg Bradley: The Environmental Handbook” published in 2007, a substantial account of the practice’s sustainable design experience over the last 30 years and a primer on the implementation of environmental best practice. He is Chair of the CABE affliated South West Design Review Panel and a trustee of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Peter was Senior Partner in charge of the architectural developments at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the new Central Office for the National Trust in Swindon. Current projects include the Leventis Art Gallery in Cyprus and several new schools and University buildings; whilst recently completed schemes include a substantial Higher Education scheme at Broadcasting Place for Leeds Metropolitan University. Recent work abroad includes a new school for the Aga Khan Foundation in Kyrgystan, a new school of architecture and planning at the University of British Columbia, and a 900 bed student housing scheme for the University of Washington Seattle.

Peter has recently been appointed as the Sir Arthur Marshall visiting Professor of Sustainable Urban Design at the University of Cambridge and was made a Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in 2010.

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