Former Head of Design for London joins The Cass.
Date: 10 April 2013
Mark Brearley, the former head of Design for London and a man with a talent for making good things happen, has moved to The Cass. Mark is a visiting professor and will play a leading role in our urban design, planning and project areas. He will be an advocate for the Faculty and will also contribute to the forthcoming REF. Mark's arrival is linked to a collaboration between The Cass and the V&A which will safeguard Mark's archive, support common research and research students, and provide a platform for ongoing work. Mark has set up an office in Central House.
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