New London Architecture

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Thursday 04 March 2021

Peter Murray

Curator-in-Chief

Fred Pilbrow

Senior Partner
Pilbrow & Partners

From cultural regeneration in Walthamstow to using CLT on the South Bank, Fred Pilbrow talks about the varied work of his practice. He tells Peter Murray of his enthusiasm for draughtsmanship and of the intuitive interface between hand drawing and thinking.

Fred discusses the sustainability of tall buildings and how the overlap of sustainability and wellbeing should guide decisions. He likes the idea of 'long life, loose fit', that buildings, over 20 years will have multiple uses. 
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Peter Murray

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Fred Pilbrow

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