Freddy McBride

Freddy McBride
Freddy studied architecture at both Canterbury School of Architecture and Kingston University, achieving a first class degree. He completed both undergraduate degree and diploma  in four consecutive years, having previously trained as an architectural technician.

For over 20 years, Freddy has been heavily involved in the transport sector. On the Jubilee Line Extension, he was project architect for the Waterloo East ticket hall at Southwark Station . Subsequently, he worked for Transport for London as a consultant on Cooling the Tube and is now leading Studiodare’s team on the Northern Line Extension.

Architecture and design remains the primary motivation for working. However, he also completed a Masters degree in Construction Economics and Management at UCL in 2006. This has instilled a fascination with the ‘design’ of the organisation and the role of the architect within a modern construction industry.