Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is a British architectural design firm, established in 1978, headquartered in Bath and London, United Kingdom. The studio was joint-winner of the Stirling Prize in 2008, and is known for use of solar design and sustainable design.
The company was formed in 1978 by architects Richard Feilden (1950-2005) and Peter Clegg, operating from small premises in Bath, Somerset. The company designed and constructed low-energy houses. Over the next two decades the company won awards for a number of school design projects and gained "a formidable reputation in the education sector". With over 100 staff the firm developed an "unusually democratic" way of operating.
In 2008 the practice won the RIBA Stirling Prize, with fellow designers Alison Brooks Architects and Macreanor Lavington, for their Cambridge high-density housing development, Accordia. Bradley picked up a cheque for £20,000.
- 2009 - Broadcasting Tower complex Student housing at Leeds Metropolitan University
- 2008 - Accordia housing scheme, Cambridge 
- 2008 - Derby QUAD
- 2001 - Yorkshire ArtSpace
- 1999 - Aston University Lakeside complex
- Schools Architect of the Year Award
- Building and UK-GBC Sustainability Awards - Sustainable Designer of the Year
- Bentley Be Inspired Awards - First prize for Innovation in Generative Design - Worcester Library, Worcester
- 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize - Accordia, Cambridge (with Alison Brooks Architects and Macreanor Lavington) 
- Building Design Architect of the Year Awards
- RIBA National Award - St Mary Magdalene Academy, London
- RIBA Sustainability Award
- "Premature baby unit plan moves forward". ThisisWiltshire.co.uk (Newsquest Ltd). 24 June 2008. Retrieved 27 January 2014. "Matt Vaudin, of Feilden Clegg Bradley, said: "We're thrilled to be selected. Both our practice and Buro Happold, the engineers are based in Bath; we're part of the local community and this is a project that's dear to our hearts.""
- Sunand Prasad (8 January 2005). "Richard Feilden: Champion of sustainable building design". The Independent. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- Roya Nikkhah (11 October 2008). "Cambridge high-density homes scoop RIBA Stirling Prize for architecture". The Telegraph. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- Bloomfield, Ruth (11 November 2009). "Feilden Clegg Bradley’s Leeds complex completed". Building Design online. Retrieved April 2010.
- Jamie Doward (12 October 2008). "High-density housing scoops Stirling Prize". The Observer. Retrieved 27 January 2014.
- "Derby QUAD To Open With Art By The Wilsons And Bill Drummond". Culture24/art. 29 July 2008. Retrieved April 2010.
- "Persistence Works". Yorkshire Artspace/studio. Retrieved April 2010.
- "Lakeside Wins National Award". Aston Aspects (newsletter). February 2002. Retrieved April 2010.
- Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios official website