Keith Bradley, Senior Partner at FCBStudios, last night received an honorary doctorate from the University of Bath in recognition of his distinguished career in architectural practice.
Keith began his career as a student, studying architecture at the University of Bath from 1976 to 1983. After graduating, he worked for Cambridge Design and for Nealon Tanner, before returning to Bath in 1987 to join The Feilden Clegg Design Partnership. His ability and achievements were recognised in 1997, when he became a Senior Partner and with the renaming of the practice as Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.
Keith was instrumental in establishing the FCBStudios London office in 1998, and has led the practice in producing some of its finest architectural achievements including Accordia, a housing scheme in Cambridge that won the 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize, the UK’s foremost prize for architectural excellence.
Commenting on receiving his degree, Keith said: “I'm very pleased to receive this Honorary Degree, particularly as an alumnus of the University of Bath’s Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering. Much of the Award-winning work that I have done since graduating 35 years ago has been co-designed with my fellow Bath alumni partners.”