Henley Halebrown – Chadwick Hall

Foto: Jim Stephenson

Simon Henley

Simon Henley is a principal of London-based architects Henley Halebrown which he founded with Gavin Hale-Brown in 1995. Their project Chadwick Hall was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize shortlist 2018, nominated for the Mies Award in 2019 and received the Fritz Höger Silver Award in 2020. In 2018 Quart Verlag published a monograph on the practice in the De Aedibus International series. Simon studied at the University of Liverpool and the University of Oregon, USA. He combines practice with teaching, writing and research, and is the author of The Architecture of Parking (Thames & Hudson, 2007) and Redefining Brutalism (RIBA Publications, 2017). Simon is a postgraduate unit master at the Kingston School of Art.