Feilden Fowles is a dynamic and engaged architecture practice, proud to be working on a diverse range of commissions for ambitious clients. Our work within the culture, education, commercial, heritage and masterplanning sectors has allowed us to develop a reputation for delivering exemplary social and environmental projects, often in highly sensitive and challenging historic contexts.
We value simple, high-quality materials. Our love of craft and desire to deliver our designs as fully constructed buildings, are the practice’s founding principles, and they continue to inform our approach today. We are committed to protecting our natural environment, and mindful of our potential as individuals, as a team and within our industry to shape the future for the better. We believe architecture can be rich in character and distinct in identity while responsibly addressing both social and environmental concerns.
Our team, clients and projects have received numerous accolades and prestigious industry awards, and our work is widely published in national and international press. The practice, which was established by Fergus Feilden and Edmund Fowles in 2009 was named BD’s ‘Young Architect of the Year’ in 2016 and was an RIBA Stirling Prize finalist in 2019.
Make low-tech our mantra and design clean and simple
Edmund Fowles has authored an article discussing how the impact of carbon-rich technologies that launched the modernism and high-tech movements, now fuel climate change. Accordingly, a reset to sustainable, low-tech design is now imperative. Thanks to input from Structure Workshop, Skelly & Couch, Mae Architects and Practice Architecture. You can read the full article here.