Ian Taylor

Managing Partner

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Ian’s work in the education sector over the last ten years, includes the design of 6 RIBA award winning schools in London and the South East, and University academic and residential projects for Queen Mary University London, the LSE, the University of Southampton and the University of Washington in Seattle.

Ian contributed to the recent CIBSE publication on integrated school design (TM57:2015) and has supported the development of school specific post occupancy evaluation methodologies.

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