Are you/ do you know a Part 1 or Part 2 Assistant who would like to join our team? We would love to hear from you! You can find more information on how to apply and a full job descriptions on our careers page.
We are extremely proud that the Fratry at Carlisle Cathedral has won a prestigous RIBA national award. It is a huge honour and testament to the hard work of all the wider project and construction teams, and visionary client in delivering this special community project. More on the Fratry here.
We are honoured to be selected as the winning architectural design team following an open competition to upgrade the Horniman Museum and Gardens in South London. A huge thanks to our whole team who include the talented J&L Gibbons, Skelly & Couch, Structure Workshop, Fiona Raley, OFR and Michael Grubb Studio. We are all looking forward to working on this unique and exicting commission. More information on the project here.
The last couple of years have pushed us to rethink our working methods and patterns. With the aim of providing more flexibility and a better work/life balance for our team, Feilden Fowles will be trialling a 9-day-fortnight working pattern from April 2022, meaning every two weeks full-time staff will have an additional day off. We are confident that this initiative will not negatively impact our services but improve professionalism, efficiency, quality, and timeliness by encouraging a more energised and contented workforce. Free-days will normally be set on Fridays unless impacted by bank holidays. To keep our clients and collaborators informed, Feilden Fowles will be observing the following bank holidays and ‘free-days’:
April : 15, 18
May: 2, 20
June: 2, 3, 17
July: 1, 15, 29
August: 12, 29
September: 16, 30
Are you/ do you know someone who is looking for a fresh opportunity to kick start 2022 for a position as a PRACTICE MANAGER / REVIT TECHNICIAN / STUDIO ASSISTANT? We are welcoming applications for these roles now! Please see our careers page here for more details on how to apply.
In the sixth and final episode of the Building Talks podcast, Ed and Ferg took part in a conversation around Net Zero, with Webb Yates engineers discussing the barriers to reusing concrete and steel, and Simon Wyatt of Cundall talking about heat pumps. Listen to the podcast here.
Congratulations to all the student prize winners in this years’ AJ prizes which were announced last night. What an incredible range of work with projects investigating very important social and environmental themes across the board. The judging panel comprised of Harriet Hariss, dean of the Pratt Institute School of Architecture in New York; our very own Edmund Fowles of Feilden Fowles; fellow AJ 40 under 40-er Ramsey Yassa of NOOMA Studio; and Rachel Hoolahan, sustainability co-ordinator at Orms and recipient of the AJ100 Sustainability Champion award. You can see more on the prize entries and award winners here.
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.
Thanks to all our wonderful volunteers who made it possible to open up our studio and the enchanting Waterloo City Farm as a part of London Open House this weekend!
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.