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We’re very excited about the opening of a new flower shop on Duke Street, London. Tuk Tuk is a unique flower studio which occupies an unusual space that includes this beautiful listed staircase.
Adorning this space with freshly cut flowers is one of the best things a client can do to your project.
Feilden Fowles Architects are seeking a Part III qualified Architect with at least three years professional experience to join the practice.
Candidates should demonstrate the following skills:
· Exceptional design skills and confident at all design stages
· Experience of running jobs within an office through all RIBA stages
· Excellent drafting skills, with the ability to work efficiently in 3D and produce high quality images
· Competency in 2D Microstation is favoured
· Broad technical/ construction knowledge and detailing ability
· Experience managing a project on-site as Contract Administrator
· Clear, concise and articulate communicator
· Excellent organisational and time management skills, with experience of working well under pressure.
· Ready to work well as part of a small team, be proactive, show initiative and act autonomously
Application deadline: 20th April 2015
How to apply: Please send CV’s and additional examples of your work to Lucy Brooks-Dowsett, Feilden Fowles, 96 Teesdale Street, London E2 6PU. Alternatively, email email@example.com. with your application, under the subject line ‘FF Part 3 Position 2015’.
Feilden Fowles is an equal opportunities employer.
Tuesday night saw the opening of the Russell Page exhibition at the Garden Museum celebrating the life and work of the garden designer. Feilden Fowles were delighted to be invited to design the exhibition giving a first view of Page’s archive and a glimpse of how he worked during his years as one of the most highly prized garden designers in the world. It was a wonderful evening and a great experience working with the exhibition curator Russell Clark. Photo: Sophie Mutevelian.
We are delighted to announce the Fitzjames Teaching and Learning Centre at Hazlegrove School has been shortlisted for a regional RIBA South West award. We look forward to the RIBA judges visit soon and the final announcement in May.
Feilden Fowles are very proud to announce that The Lee Centre has won a National Civic Trust Award out of only 32 buildings in the country to win. We are delighted the building has achieved this award for its outstanding contribution to the quality and appearance of the built environment, demonstrating excellence in architecture, sustainability, universal design and making a positive social, cultural, environmental and economic contribution to the local community. Congratulations to the project team and other winners within the region.
The exceptionally rigorous and rational Rose building has recently been awarded the LABC Award for Design Quality in B&NES along with being highly commended for Building Quality. This project represents outstanding value for money at less than £1300/ m2 construction cost. It was designed and delivered in less than a year with a construction period of 7 months. The Cross Laminated Timber structure and cantilevered beams are optimised to reduce wastage and support the suspended steel stair inspired by South Korean artist Do Ho Suh.
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