Feilden Fowles studio was recently shot as part of the Hackney Studios series by portrait photographer Jenny Lewis. See more of Jenny’s work here.
Feilden Fowles and Ralph Allen School were successful in a bid to the Department for Education to build a new ten classroom block. Having recently gained planning permission, the project has recently gone on site with an extremely tight programme finishing in February 2013. This pre-fabricated Cross Laminated Timber Structure has a suspended steel walkway to the north, serving the passively ventilated single-depth block. This project will be an exemplar austerity build and demonstrates the power of having an existing masterplan in place. It is the largest project the practice has undertaken to date.
Following a successful competition bid, Feilden Fowles have been appointed to refurbish the Learning Spaces in the Hepworth Wakefield Gallery. The challenging brief must be carried out sensitively within the existing Hepworth building, and pushes forwards both our education and arts work. We are particularly excited to be working with the Hepworth Learning Team who are delivering an exceptional programme of events to a diverse audience. The scheme has successfully received funding through the Clore Duffield Foundation.
The Cross-Laminated Timber frame on our Applied Learning Centre is rapidly taking form. Eurban are erecting the frame in a mere 3 weeks and have been unaffected by the heavy snow. We will soon upload the time-lapse animation of the whole process onto our website.
Feilden Fowles have just submitted their £1.6m Teaching and Learning centre to planning. The building is intended to become the new academic hub of the school. A flexible and innovative blend of teaching areas and learning environments. See more here.
Last week Fergus Feilden was featured in Building Design’s Life Class.
View the full interview here.
This is Somerset has run an article on the forthcoming Teaching and Learning Centre at Hazlegrove.
Subject to planning approval, the centre is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2014. The 6,000 square foot facility is intended to be the “academic hub” of the school and will have “fluid” working spaces for individuals, groups and classes.
Hazlegrove’s headmaster Richard Fenwick said: “We are delighted with the appointment of Feilden Fowles and the development of our new Teaching and Learning Centre.
“Our aim is to create an environment within the centre that will inspire children to explore the excitement of learning.”
View the full article here.
Feilden Fowles have been interviewed by This Is Paper for a profile piece about our projects, design ethos and studio culture. We spoke about the cultural and historical drivers in our more sensitive work and the role of dialogue and testing within the office. The article is due to appear towards the end of the year.
Feilden Fowles’ latest edition to Calvert 22 Gallery opened today; a new cafe facility to complement the foundation’s reference library area, and a move to expand the gallery’s increasing public programmes. See more here.
Work began on site last week for both the All-Weather Sports Pitch and new Applied Learning Centre at Ralph Allen School in Bath.
Feilden Fowles have been working with the school since 2009 on the delivery of a whole-school masterplan, of which this work will form the second phase. Once the groundwork is complete the slab will be cast and the pre-fabricated timber structure is planned for erection at the end of this year.