Patrick Bellew looks back for Fellows’ masterclass

Atelier Ten founder and chairman will discuss his influences and inspirations

The CIBSE Fellows Network is hosting a masterclass event with Patrick Bellew FCIBSE on 4 July, titled Environmental engineering masterclass – 40 years of moving the dial.

Bellew is founder and  chairman of international design consultancy Atelier Ten, which he set up at the age of 30 and which now has more than 350 staff in 11 offices. It has become synonymous with high-performance integrated building design and sustainability.

Bellew also teaches at the Architecture School at Yale, where he is a visiting professor, influencing and inspiring a new generation of young architects.

During the masterclass, he will describe the people and things that have influenced and inspired him, and how he has dealt with innovation and risk.

He will also discuss the development of the language and communication of environmental design that is the hallmark of Atelier Ten’s success.

The event, in London, is open to CIBSE Fellows, who are encouraged to bring a guest to learn about the CIBSE Fellows Network.

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