Alex Rudge

Position: Associate

Management Team

Alex joined Associated Architects in 2013. He undertook his architectural education at the University of Lincoln and the Birmingham School of Architecture and Design at Birmingham City University.

Alex has considerable experience in the higher education sector, playing a key role in projects covering a variety of buildings including highly-specialist and unique projects where he has been instrumental in ensuring the exacting requirements of the clients were met.

He sits on the practice’s Corporate Social Responsibility committee and acts on behalf of Associated Architects on the RIBA Future Architects Mentoring Scheme.

National Buried Infrastructure Facility, University of Birmingham
A ‘one of it’s kind’ facility, the University of Birmingham’s NBIF includes a variety of research spaces including a unique 5m x 10m x 5m deep pit, £8m

Quantum Technology Hub, University of Birmingham
1,000sq.m of specialised Optical Laboratory and collaborative technology-transfer office space and research space, £950k



Teaching and Learning Centre, University of Leicester
8,000sq.m new build designed using Passivhaus principles providing teaching space for 2,000 students, £30m

Department of Psychology, University of Birmingham
Refurbishment of an existing building including the addition of an Imaging Centre for the relocation of the department, £17m

Emily Wilding Building, Royal Holloway University of London
10,500sq.m new build BREEAM Excellent library and student centre in sensitive historic campus setting designed using Passivhaus design principles, £42m

RHUL Emily Wilding Davison