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FEILDEN CLEGG'S NEW-LOOK

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Feilden Clegg Architects has been renamed Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects in recognition of senior partner Keith Bradley, who has worked at the practice for twelve years. The move coincides with a switch to larger London offices in Great Titchfield Street. The practice plans to expand its number of staff in London to 20 and is in the process of hiring six more architects. Current projects include two mixed use schemes for the Peabody Trust in Pimlico and Earl's Court in London. Another scheme currently underway is the Materials Sciences Building for University College London. Bradley's own work has included the Earth Centre in Doncaster, the Open University headquarters building and a number of high density housing schemes.

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