Quinlan Terry has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list with the award of Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to classical architecture. He designed four buildings at Downing College: the Howard Building, Howard Court, the Howard Theatre and the Maitland Robinson Library. He works on all projects in partnership with his son, Francis Terry, who is a Downing alumnus (1988, Architecture). Quinlan and Francis Terry Architects LLP specialises in new-build classical architecture. The firm has considerable experience of a variety of projects, both in the UK and overseas, and its designs are detailed by a small group of draftsmen, most of whom have been with the practice ever since their apprenticeship.