Neave Brown (born 1929, New York USA) is an American-British architect who is particularly associated with modernist public housing schemes in London.
Among Brown's best known works are:
- the large Rowley Way (Alexandra Estate) scheme in Swiss Cottage, London (1978), the first public housing complex to be Grade II listed;
- a complex of terraced houses on Fleet Road, near Gospel Oak, London (1975); and
- a row of 5 modern terraced houses in Winscombe St, Dartmouth Park, London (1965).
Brown also built buildings in Italy and the Netherlands during his long career. He lives in London, and remains a practising architect and artist.