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Feilden Fowles is a leading, London-based architecture practice specialising in Arts & Culture, Education, Workplace, Heritage and Residential commissions. The practice was established by Fergus Feilden and Edmund Fowles in 2009 and was named BD’s ‘Young Architect of the Year’ in 2016.

The practice has won numerous awards including three RIBA Awards, Civic Trust and RICS Community Benefit Awards among others. Our work has been widely published and we have grown a reputation for delivering exemplary projects in highly sensitive and challenging historic settings.

We’re excited to launch Root & Branch at Waterloo City Farm! 6th October, all welcome.


This October Waterloo City Farm will play host to Root & Branch, a fantastic day of themed discussions, demonstrations, workshops as well as a timber and natural materials fayre. We’re delighted to be joined by Professor Gerhard Schickhoffer, the creator of CLT, who will be giving his first UK talk.

The day’s line up also includes Andrew Waugh from Waugh Thistleton, Liam Dewer from Eurban, Jonas Lenser from dRMM, Ed Fowles from Feilden Fowles and James Todd from Architype. Demonstrations and Workshops will be held by Adam Milton from Carpenter Oak, Alex Thomas and Jan Ciechanowicz from Timber Workshop and Rowland Keable from Rammed Earth Consulting. Tours will be given of Waterloo City Farm by Ed Fowles, Peter Laidler from Structure Workshop and Alex Thomas.

There will also be opportunities to be involved in Kinship IV Design & Make Workshop where participants can be involved in a version of the children’s game Consequences. Participants of the Making Lewes festival will design, build and realise a piece of furniture that will travel to Waterloo City Farm and evolve into a new iteration.

The event is free to attend but please book your place. Food will be able to buy from local traders in Waterloo and drinks will provided to conclude the day’s events.

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The event is free to attend but please book your place here on Eventbrite. Food will be able to buy from local traders in Waterloo and drinks will provided to conclude the day’s events.