Feilden Fowles Summer Series

We are excited to begin our Summer Series; a number of celebrations, dinners and debates around the themes of our past and present work. Earlier this month we enjoyed inviting our friends and collaborators to begin the discussion and enjoy an early summer evening in our blossoming studio garden.

Green Sky Thinking 2018

This summer Waterloo Community Farm will play host to a number of great events, including the Green Sky Thinking 2018 Launch. The barn, farm and Feilden Fowles’ studio were opened to event-runners to celebrate the beginning of another inspiring series focused around the theme of ‘People First’. (image credit: Michael Colman)

We are delighted to have received an RIBA London Award for Waterloo Community Farm. More on the project here.

We are very pleased to announce our inclusion on the Transport for London Architectural Design and Urbanism Panel for both architecture and masterplanning. We are looking forward to working with Transport for London over the coming years.

Feilden Fowles, Jamie’s Farm and Oasis Waterloo are very excited to announce that our collaborative project, Waterloo City Farm, has been shortlisted for an RIBA London Award 2018.

We are delighted that the first phase of the Charlie Bigham’s Campus has been shortlisted for an RIBA South West Award. More on the project here.
Image credit: Max Creasy

Feilden Fowles are looking for a Studio Manager

We are recruiting for a new Studio Manager to join our team. This is a great opportunity to join the practice and will be a rewarding position, working closely with Directors & the 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.

Feilden Fowles Win Green Templeton College Competition

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.