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North east merger sees creation of Sadler Brown Architecture

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June 25 2010

North east merger sees creation of Sadler Brown Architecture
Two north east England architectural firms, Hopper Howe Sadler and Reid Jubb Brown, have announced that they have merged to form Sadler Brown Architecture.

The move will create one of the largest practices in the region with ten full time architects and a further ten support posts.

Both firms enjoy a prolific track record in the region with Reid Jubb Brown recently completing a re-design of the Haymarket Hub and metro Station together with a family home in Northumberland currently being filmed for Channel 4’s Grand Designs.

Hopper Howe Sadler meanwhile designed i6 Charlotte Square.

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