We heard the sad news yesterday that Malcolm Brown, one of our early Directors, has passed away.
Having joined the Practice in 1969, he was heavily involved with many of our seminal projects, including the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. He also designed a number of housing schemes across the capital, working closely with residents on both new and refurbished buildings. Particularly notable amongst these is the award winning Bruce House in Covent Garden for Peabody.
As well as his involvement in architecture, Malcolm was a talented artist with work shown at Royal Academy Summer Shows and many one-man and joint exhibitions in the UK and Europe. He continued to work as a consultant after leaving the Practice in 1997 – providing beautiful sketches and illustrations for a number of our projects.
Of course, he was also a wonderful boss, colleague and friend, and will be missed by all at Levitt Bernstein.