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Tributes paid to architecture ‘giant’ Neave Brown


Neave Brown and the ethos of Cook’s Camden, encapsulated the best that could be achieved in public practice, through aspirational leadership, attracting dedicated talented staff and who were supported in the exercise of their skills. That Neave’s London opus is now all listed is a vindication of his inspirational commitment, the crowning of which came with the Royal Gold Medal. That achievement stands as a constant rebuke to the banality of thought on housing the nation, emanating from government, at every level, since the public offices were put through the shredder.

Posted date

10 January, 2018

Posted time

4:49 pm