Richard Feilden (1950-2005)
Whenever you met Richard Feilden, senior partner of Feilden Clegg Bradley, you were struck by his infectious enthusiasm and intelligent impatience to make the world a better place through design. His untimely death at the age of 54, crushed by a tree he was felling, has already affected so many - his wife Tish and their three children, his practice, his institution (RIBA) and his commission (CABE) - and the waters are still rippling.
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