Feilden Fowles have been selected by Green Templeton College, University of Oxford to design a new project on the site of the current tennis courts. Current plans include creating additional on-site accommodation for students, a new dining venue, and larger study areas and academic spaces. More about the project here.
We are recruiting for a new Studio Manager to join our team, covering our current Studio Manager whilst they are on maternity leave. This is a great opportunity to join the practice and will be a rewarding position, working closely with Fergus & Edmund and the whole FF Team. If you feel you have the relevant experience to fit this position, we would love to hear from you. Details of the position and how to apply can be found here.
We have just enjoyed an action-packed team weekend away in Yorkshire. A morning visit to the Hepworth Gallery in Wakefield followed by an afternoon at Yorkshire Sculpture Park to see the new opening at the Longside Gallery curated by Rana Begum; the Tony Cragg sculptures in the Underground Gallery plus some inspiring James Turell, Ai Weiwei and Andy Goldsworthy along the way. We are thrilled to have seen good progress of our new visitor centre on site, due for completion next year; and continued the weekend in York with a fantastic tour of the Minster.
Oasis Waterloo and Jamie’s Farm hosted their summer event on the farm last Friday. Thanks to everyone who attended and helped to decorate the barn.
Feilden Fowles and Structure Workshop spent a fantastic afternoon on site in the former quarry at Dulcote where we have been working on Charlie Bigham’s new food campus. Well done to project architect Elli!
Community visits to Waterloo City Farm continue throughout the summer and now school groups can use the fabulous new barn. Thanks to Timber Workshop for all their hard work over the summer to complete this great structure.
Construction has begun on the new Visitors Centre at Yorkshire Sculpture Park near Wakefield, due for completion summer 2018. More on the project here.
We are very pleased to be RIBA London award winners for our Waterloo Studio, announced at Portland Place last night. Thanks to all our collaborators on the project, and congratulations too all award recipients!
Timber Workshop have made quick progress with the barn on site this weekend at Waterloo City Farm.
All the shortlisted schemes will by visited by a jury throughout April, with the winner announced at an awards ceremony at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, on 22 May.
Regional winners will then be put forward for the RIBA National Awards, with the successful recipients announced in July. Those collecting national awards will then be considered for the RIBA Stirling Prize.