Sir Terry Farrell, CBE

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Sir Terry Farrell is arguably the most influential architect-planner in Britain. When asked about what influenced his career, Farrell said: “I underperformed at school in Newcastle but my art master Maurice McPartlan encouraged and pushed me. I will always be grateful to him; without him I am sure I would not have got anywhere.” Over his forty years in practice, he has renovated the London skyline with his design of the MI6 and Home Office Headquarters. Farrell is the Design Champion for Europe’s largest regeneration project, The Thames Gateway. At the request of the Government, he has just completed the Farrell Review into the state of architecture itself. This is likely to shape and influence government policy for years to come. 

 

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