MA(Cantab) MEnvD RIBA
Peter Clegg established the practice with Richard Feilden in 1978. Regarded as a pioneer in environmental design, he has nearly 40 years' experience in low energy architecture and is active in research, design and education. Peter works primarily in the education and cultural sectors. He has led projects at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, London’s Southbank Centre, Brighton Dome and the Leventis Gallery in Cyprus. His involvement in schools and higher education projects includes a new School of Engineering in Toronto and an Academy in Bangladesh. He is Chair of the RIBA research awards and the SWDRP, holds a professorship at Bath University, chaired the RIBA Awards Panel 2013/14, and in 2010 was made an RDI.
BSc(Hons) BArch HonLLD RIBA
Keith joined the practice in 1987, made Partner in 1995, and set up the London Studio in 1998. He has led many of FCBStudios' award-winning projects, including 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize winner Accordia Housing, and 2014 Stirling Prize shortlisted Manchester School of Art. His recent work encompasses major urban regeneration schemes, together with public museums, galleries and major university projects throughout the UK. Keith has an Honorary Doctorate from Bath University and a Chair of the CABE National Design Review Panel and Oxford Design Review Panel. He is guest lecturer at various UK schools of architecture, and a regular speaker at national and international conferences.
BA(Hons) BArch RIBA
David joined us in 1988, is Managing Partner in our Bath office and member of the FCBStudios Partnership Board. He has worked on many of our award-winning projects in housing, student accommodation and, in particular, the education sector. He has led project teams for the University of Gloucestershire, University of Plymouth, Aston University and recently Manchester Metropolitan University. Other projects include academies in Bristol, Paddington, Birmingham and Worcester, and schools in Plymouth and Dorset. David is often invited to speak at high-level education conferences, such as the LSC-RIBA FE Colleges Conference in London.
MA(Hons) Dip Arch RIBA
Marigold joined us in 1988 and was made a Partner in 1995. She has worked on a wide range of education and regeneration projects. She is currently involved in the Ulster University’s Greater Belfast Development in Northern Ireland and was part of the team who delivered Highfield Humanities College, part of Blackpool’s Building Schools for the Future programme. As well as her role as a London Managing Partner, Marigold is chair of the FCBStudios Professional Practice Group and responsible for leading us to ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS 18001 accreditation. She also looks after all our project appointments and sub-consultancy agreements.
BA(Hons) BArch(Hons) AABC RIBA-SCA
Geoff takes a leading role in our creative re-use and regeneration projects. He has a keen interest in design and conservation issues, and is an AABC-accredited conservation architect. He was team leader on our award-winning Clore Learning Centre at Hampton Court Palace, and is currently working on the oldest surviving iron-framed buildings in the world at Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings. Other major schemes include Bath Abbey and Windsor Castle. Geoff is a Cabe Built Environment Expert (BEE) and a long-standing member of Cabe's South West Design Review Panel. Geoff lectures at several universities, and rides his bike a lot.
BA(Cantab) DipArch RIBA
Ian has extensive experience in arts and culture, healthcare, low-energy masterplanning, universities, schools, workplaces, and innovative housing projects, including One Brighton, the country’s first One Planet Living housing development. His current projects include the repair and renewal of Southbank Centre, masterplanning for the Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust and the LSE, and schools in the UK and Bangladesh. His work with FCBStudios, and previously with Bennetts Associates and Arup Associates, has earned him no less than fifteen RIBA awards, two of which made the Stirling Prize shortlist. Ian also leads the Research and Innovations Team for the practice.
BSc(Hons) BArch RIBA
Andy joined the practice in 1988, became a Partner in 1995, and a Studio Leader in 2005. He has been responsible for a number of our major award-winning projects including Manchester School of Art, St Peter's Catholic Primary School, The Earth Centre Arrivals Buildings in Doncaster and Bristol Harbourside’s The Point, a major housing scheme in the heart of the city. Andy is actively involved in the majority of the Bath office education projects, with a particular focus on arts education schemes such as the Plymouth School of Creative Arts, Bedales Art and Design Building, University of Warwick Faculty of Arts and Frome Steiner Academy.
Jason joined in 1996, rose to Partnership in 2007, and is now the housing sector champion of the practice. As well as taking an overview of all our housing and urban regeneration related issues, he is currently the design lead across a number of diverse sectors. These include masterplanning, higher education, further education, schools, mixed use, and housing projects that encompass both new build and historically sensitive re-use. Jason sits on the Lewisham Design Panel, offers high-level consultancy support to various other councils and educational institutions, and has held teaching positions at Edinburgh and Bath Universities.
BSc BArch RIBA
Simon is a Group Leader in our Bath office, having gained his Partnership in 2007. Simon works across a number of sectors, however his focus has been on the Higher Education sector, which he heads up for us. Simon led the design of the award-winning Business School and Student Union buildings for Manchester Metropolitan University and is currently working on an engineering facility at the University of Toronto.His design for an exhibition and office building in China was awarded the country’s first ever BREEAM Outstanding certification.
BA(Hons) (Cantab) MArch
Alex joined the London office in 1998, gaining his Partnership in 2007. While he works across a range of projects, his main focus is on urban design and large-scale city centre buildings. Through working in this sector, Alex has gained a wealth of experience in the education, office, cultural and residential building types that help inform the design of robust and deliverable masterplanning strategies. Alex has worked on major regeneration projects in the UK, particularly in Manchester and Leeds, and is currently undertaking a number of large-scale projects in London.
Sara heads up our Urban Design and Healthcare teams and enjoys a long-established involvement in residential projects and urban masterplanning. Her many successfully completed projects include The Point and the Frances Gardner Student Housing scheme for UCL. More recent projects include the masterplan, new residential buildings and secondary school for the Britannia site for Hackney Council, the masterplan of Church Street Public Realm for Westminster City Council and the masterplan and new Outpatients building for St Mary’s Hospital in London.
BSc(Hons) Dipl Arch
John joined our London office in 2002 and was made a Partner ten years later. An exceptional designer, he has worked on a number of notable projects, including the new Sci-Tec Centre for Oundle School, which incorporates a 250-seat lecture theatre and exhibition space and the regeneration of Spreehalle ateliers in Berlin for Bryan Adams. He also worked on the winning competition entry for the regeneration project, Rivergardens, in Prague, and was senior architect on Chelsea Academy in London, awarded Public Building of the Year by Building magazine. John has been an external examiner and studio tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture, and a visiting critic at Oxford Brookes University.
BA (Hons) DipArch RIBA
Hugo joined us in 2003, became a partner in 2008, and has worked on a wide variety of university, residential and cultural projects. Residential work includes RIBA Stirling Prize award-winning Accordia in Cambridge, and currently Murrays’ Mill in Ancoats, Manchester, which involves the regeneration of the oldest steam powered cotton mill in the world. Hugo’s university work includes a multi-use cultural hub for Bristol University, a new library for Roehampton University, a new hub building for Kellogg College, Oxford and the Sheffield University Masterplan. Hugo is also a teaching fellow at the University of Bath.
Tom joined our Bath office in 2006 and became a Partner in 2013. He works primarily within the education sector and most recently has completed the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Previous projects include the Stirling Prize shortlisted Manchester School of Art and the Bedales School Art and Design Building. Tom is currently working on a Student Centre at Cardiff University and a Management School at Lancaster University. A team led by Peter Clegg and Tom Jarman was recently shortlisted in an international competition for a Concert Hall in Kaunas, Lithuania.
BSc(Hons) BArch RIBA
Andy joined the practice in 1987, and became a Partner in 1995. He has been responsible for some of the practice's most high profile projects including RIBA National Award winners; Yorkshire Sculpture Park Underground Gallery, Formby Pool in Liverpool and The Hive in Worcester. He has worked widely across the sports, arts and higher education sectors, and has recently completed The Edge Building, a new arts centre for University of Bath, and the regeneration of a listed quay in the Cornish tin and copper mining World Heritage Site. Andy is currently working on a new Centre for Student Life for Cardiff University.
BSc(Hons) BArch RIBA
Mike became a Partner in 1999, two years after joining the practice. As a Studio Leader in Bath he is a key member of our senior management team. After working on the exhibition and entrance buildings at the Earth Centre in Doncaster, Mike designed various residential and higher education projects. In 2008, he led the team that won the Stirling Prize for Accordia, a substantial residential scheme in Cambridge. He has subsequently worked on large, complex mixed-use and residential masterplan schemes such as new build and regeneration projects for Bristol University. Mike has taught at Portsmouth University and Bath University Schools of Architecture.
Having initially trained as an architect, after joining us in 1998 David quickly began to specialise in designing information technology solutions for the practice. He continues to lead us in this field today, directing IT strategy and implementation while also devising bespoke IT solutions for FCBStudios' projects requiring unique software provision. David oversees the CAD and BIM project set-up, and provides expertise in implementing networking solutions for LAN and WAN technology, video conferencing, internet-based extranets, and web-based database systems. He became a Partner in 2006.
BSc(Hons) BArch AABC RIBA RMaPS
Richard is a Partner in the Bath studio, leading projects in conservative repair, adaptive re-use of existing buildings, and new building designs in sensitive settings. He is currently team leader on a number of important projects in a heritage context, including Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings, St Fagan’s National History Museum, a new hotel in the Guildhall, Bristol and the residential-led development of listed former HM Prisons in Gloucester and Portsmouth. Richard is an AABC-accredited conservation architect, external examiner at Northumbria University and guest critic at a number of schools of architecture.
BA(Hons) DipArch RIBA
Helen joined our London studio in 1999 and was made a Partner in 2007. Her first major project was Queen Mary, University of London’s 1200-place Student Village. She works across sectors and job stages and heads up our schools sector, having developed particular expertise in their design and delivery. Helen initially led the award-winning St Mary Magdalene Academy project and has since led teams on William Perkin Church of England High School, three East of England schools and now The Charter School East Dulwich. Helen is involved in architectural education as a visiting critic at the University of Liverpool, and is a Visiting Practice Professor at the University of Sheffield, where she is also a former external examiner.
BSc(Hons) MArch RIBA
Since joining our London office in October 1999, Rachel has forged a longstanding involvement in education, healthcare, public realm and residential buildings with the University of Southampton, University College London and the University of Washington in Seattle. Rachel specialises in‘designs for science’ and projects include laboratories for Oundle School, Aitchison College Pakistan, Royal Scientific Society Jordan and at the RIBA award-winning Chelsea Academy. Heading up the FCBStudios charity group, Rachel donates her time to charities based in Burundi and Kenya to provide facilities for street children using local technologies to support sustainable community life.
After completing his Masters degree at Yale University, Sam joined our London office in 2001 to lead the delivery of numerous educational, regeneration and cultural projects. These included a £30 million student village for Queen Mary, University of London, the RAF’s Cold War Museum in Cosford, a major mixed-use regeneration scheme at New Cross Gate in London, masterplanning associated with Marylebone’s Moxon Street, and the design of various secondary schools and adult education colleges. In 2010 Sam went to Northern Ireland to establish our new Belfast office, set up to deliver the Ulster University's ambitious new £250 million Belfast Campus.
BSc(Hons) BArch RIBA
Before joining us in 2007, Simon was a Partner at Studio Egret West and, prior to that, Project Architect with Will Alsop where he was responsible for the Blizard Building, an innovative biomedical sciences building in London’s East End. This marked the start of his current specialisation in designing innovative higher education research buildings. He led the team on Broadcasting Place – a landmark building voted Best Tall Building in the World in 2010. Most recently he has been directing the London team responsible for Ulster University's new Belfast Campus as well as the new campus for the Dublin Institute of Technology in Dublin. Simon is also the Partner responsible for implementation of BIM in our London office.
BA(Hons) DipArch RIBA
Amanda joined our London office in 2007 and made Partner in 2016. She has worked on a number of key schemes including the zero carbon housing development ‘One Brighton’ and an office and arts space for a homeless charity in Oxford. Amanda has extensive experience at all stages of design, from pre-planning to completion, and recently headed up a team to deliver a mixed use development in Vauxhall. She is currently working on the Circle Square masterplan in Manchester, developing a number of buildings including commercial offices and an events pavilion. Prior to this Amanda worked at Richards Partington Architects, Moller Architects New Zealand, and before that at PTEa.