Joe Jack Williams


Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Joe joined Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios as an engineering doctoral (EngD) researcher in 2010, previously working as an M&E services consultant.

Wanting to understand buildings further, Joe started his EngD as a collaboration between UCL and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. He focused on understanding the impact of the school environment on the students, initially looking from an energy usage point of view, but moving towards understanding the building from the perspective of the students.

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