Fred Pilbrow

Senior Partner

Pilbrow & Partners

Fred, with 25 years of practice as a qualified Architect, has been responsible for designing of a number of significant London projects.

His experience includes residential developments in Greenwich, Westminster, and part of Masterplans at Earls Court and Shepherd’s Bush. Prior to Pilbrow & Partners, Fred was responsible for designing the Heron Tower and the Francis Crick Institute at St Pancras. Fred is a member of the Royal Institute of British Architects and registered with the Architects Registration Board UK.


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