Alexandra Palace Theatre rise from the ashes, renovate by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

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Architects Arquitectos
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Collaborators Colaboradores
Structural engineer.- Alan Baxter & Associates Environmental. M&E engineer.- Max Fordham Quantity Surveyor. Cost consultant.- Mott MacDonald. Project management.- AA Watson. Acoustic engineers.- Max Fordham. Access consultant.- All Clear Designs (Stage 1-3), FCBStudios (Stage 4-7). Lighting design.- Max Fordham. Ridge fire engineer.- Fire Surgery. Theatre design.- Charcoalblue. Quantity Surveyors.- Mott MacDonald. Surveyors.- John Burke Associates.
Client Cliente
Alexandra Park & Palace Charitable Trust
General Contractor Contratista principal
Willmott Dixon Construction
Area Superficie
5920.0 m²
Dates Fechas
Photography Fotografía
Keith Armstrong, Richard Battye, Lloyd Winters
Manufaturers Fabricantes
Allgood, Armitage Shanks, Desso Hospitality Carpets, Gerriets, Valchromat

Peter Clegg and Keith Bradley. Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios are an award-winning architectural practice with an international reputation for design quality, for pioneering environmental expertise and a progressive architectural approach.

Peter Clegg established the practice with Richard Feilden in 1978. Regarded as a key pioneer in environmental design, he has more than 30 years' experience in low energy architecture and is actively involved 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 development of the new Leventis gallery in Cyprus. He is Chair of the RIBA Awards Panel, the South West Design Review Panel, holds a professorship at Bath University, and in 2009 was made a Royal Designer for Industry.

Keith Bradley joined the practice in 1987, was made a Partner in 1995, and set up our London Studio in 1998. He has since led many of our award-winning projects, including the RIBA Stirling Prize for the Accordia Housing Project in Cambridge. His recent work has encompassed major urban regeneration schemes throughout the UK, together with public museums, galleries, and academic institutions, including university projects in London, Manchester and Belfast. Keith holds the honour of being Chair of the Design Council CABE Design Review Panel, is guest lecturer at various schools of architecture, and a regular speaker at national and international conferences.



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