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BUSCHOW HENLEY

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Gavin Hale-Brown and Simon Henley have been working with fellow directors Ralph Buschow and Ken Rorrison since 1995 at London-based architectural practice Buschow Henley. The practice has won two RIBA awards, one for a residential project in Shepherdess Walk and one for offices for Talkback Productions, both in London. Projects won in competition include a scheme to regenerate 6.8ha of the Chatham Royal Dockyard to create more than 400 homes for Countryside Maritime, and the Performing Arts building for Caldicott Preparatory School, which was completed last year. A member of the Building Better Health consortium, Buschow Henley has been charged with constructing new community health buildings to serve a third of London's population. Other current commissions include residential, office and arts buildings, as well as regeneration work. The practice is also working on a project to design a humane prison appropriate to the 21st century.

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