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The prestigious Young Architect of the Year Award recognises young practices from across Europe, with the category being open to fully qualified architects who have been practicing for 12 years or less.
This award is recognition for the “most promising architectural practice in the European Union” and the award has previously been won by the likes of Niall McLaughlin, Carmody Groarke, Coffey Architects and Arquitecturia. This is the first time a UK practice has won the award since 2012.
We are delighted to be included in the Architecture Foundations book “New Architects 3″, described as “The definitive survey of the best emerging architectural practices in Britain today”.
Feilden Fowles are delighted to be shortlisted for this years Young Architect of the Year Award. See this years shortlist here. We look forward to hearing this years guest speaker Stephen Fry at the awards ceremony on the 9th March.
We are looking to appoint a Architect with 3-4years post part III experience and strong technical, co-ordination and project running skills. The successful candidate will be working on a combination of arts, cultural and commercial projects within the studio. The role is to lead the project design team, including design co-ordination and construction on site, working closely with the directors through-out the design process. We are looking for bright and engaged architects with energy and ambition to run some of our most prestigious projects.
– Co-ordination & producing technical information
– Liaising with client team
– Managing design team
– Presentations to client team
Skills and Experience:
– Excellent 2D & 3D CAD Skills
– Competency in 2D microstation is favoured
– Good level of 3D representation
– Report writing and preparing presentations
– Onsite project construction experience
– Proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Office
– Successfully running projects through all RIBA Stages
– Excellent organisational and time management skills
How to apply:
Applications are to include the following:
– A cover letter explaining how you meet all the criteria for the position, and why you want to work
for Feilden Fowles Architects;
– CV detailing previous project experience and qualifications;
– Up to 10 sides of A4 showing images and drawings of key previous projects and personal work. Maximum file size 5mb.
Please email your application to email@example.com for the attention of Lucy Brooks-Dowsett or by post to:
Architect, Feilden Fowles Architects, 96 Teesdale Street, LONDON, E2 6PU.
Please address queries to Lucy Brooks-Dowsett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline for applications is 1st February 2016. Interviews will begin from 4th February 2016.
Due to the high level of responses anticipated, we will only be able to reply to shortlisted candidates but thank you for your interest in the role. No agencies please.
Feilden Fowles Architects is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Feilden Fowles has submitted planning for Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s new visitor centre, West Yorkshire. The new visitor centre will provide visitors a world-class gallery space, restaurant and shop. The building is designed sympathetically with the historic landscape, sheltering from the nearby motorway and embracing the stunning views across the park for the public to enjoy.
Peter Murray, Executive & Founding Director of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park stated:
‘The new visitor centre is a reflection of YSP’s ambition to increase long term resilience and sustainability by building audiences, further developing our artistic programme, and increasing visitor income.
‘In our 40th anniversary year, the centre will provide an important addition to our physical infrastructure, bringing together all of the successful elements of previous developments.
‘It will provide a platform to sustain and increase visitor numbers over the next decade, offering exciting new artistic experiences for the public to enjoy, while boosting our commercial income, providing sustainability in the long term as reductions in public funding continue to take effect.’
Feilden Fowles’ Fitzjames Teaching & Learning Centre at Hazlegrove School has been shortlisted for the Best Public & Education Project category. One of our first awards in a material category.
We look forward to hearing the results at the ceremony in November.
RT @ArchitectsJrnal: NEWS: @FeildenFowles wins funding for visitor centre at Yorkshire Sculpture Park https://t.co/Xm92YMkCR2 https://t.co/v7jYGhTa0s
@jdf_ralphallen @RalphAllenBath Looking forward to seeing these! They look more like university work.
RT @JurajMikurcik: Congratulations @wolffiel on the Getting Things Done exhibition - very inspiring. Need to visit Vorarlberg soon https://t.co/n4pF5xH44u
Thank you for an excellent day at the Getting things done symposium @designcfw
Inspiring day @DesignCFW @WSofArchi symposium on #GeThDo Getting Things Done. Inspiring Austrian architects from Vorarlburg!