Feilden Fowles announced as BD Public Building Architect of the Year and Gold Award winner 2021

We are so proud to be announced as BD Public Building Architect of the Year 2021, and to have scooped the prestigious Gold Award. It is a privilege to serve the public through our projects and are very humbled. We look forward to continuing our work with aspirational and ambitious clients serving both local and international communities on a range of exciting heritage, cultural, and educational public commissions.

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.

Feilden Fowles’ studio is net zero carbon

We are very proud to announce our studio has been verified as net zero carbon for operational energy under the UKGBC framework. Thank you to Max Fordham who undertook the verification assessment, and to our net zero working group who produced our in-house report. This is an important milestone towards our commitment to the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge targets. We are continuing this work with an embodied energy analysis we hope to share soon. For more information on how to become net zero, see the UKGBC resources available here.

The Weston awarded Civic Trust Award 2021

It is a real honour for The Weston, Yorkshire Sculpture Park to be awarded a Civic Trust Award this year alongside so many inspiring projects contributing to our built environment and society. See all the winners here.

The Weston nominated for EU Mies Award

Our project, The Weston, a gallery and visitor centre at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, has been nominated alongside many amazing entires for the 2022 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture. Check out all the projects here – finalists to be announced in March.

Ingrid Petit shortlisted for MJ Long Prize

We are very proud of our Associate Ingrid Petit who has been nominated for the prestigous MJ Long Prize, named in memory of inspirational architect, lecturer and writer Mary Jane (MJ) Long, as a part of the AJ/AR’s W Awards 2021. Ingrid has demonstrated her incredible talent, patience and persistence particularly as Project Architect on two of our recently completed works, The Fratry in Carlisle, and Pinewood School in Wiltshire.
The prize winners will be honoured during the virtual W Awards week which commences on Monday 8 March to coincide with International Women’s Day.

Happy Holidays and Best Nine 2020

As 2020 comes to a close we reflect on what an unprecedented year this has been for us all and it has certainly reframed the way we think and work. However we are pleased to be able to celebrate many positive moments this year in spite of the challenging circumstances. An enormous thank you to all our amazing team, clients, collaborators and friends for supporting us through this year. We hope everyone stays safe and healthy over the holiday period!

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