Our West London refurbishment, Queens Court, is completed. To see the refurbishment in progress and further images please click here.
The canopy went on site over Christmas. See more images of its progress here.
The kitchen and workshop are now on site and making good progress.
Queenscourt due for completion December 2011
Work is rapidly progressing on site and the walnut cladding has arrived on site.
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Ox Arch Lecture – Tonight – 20/11/12
Fergus will be giving a lecture this evening at Oxford Brooks University. The theme for the lecture series is ‘The Future of the Architect’. Following a summary of our work and practice, the talk will focus on how the profession should progress in these challenging times, how FF are finding new approaches to practice and how architects might adapt and evolve in the coming years.
Feilden Fowles Studio works
In preparation for our studio event on 27.10.11 we have been refreshing our space. The improvements include a new raised floor, which has been heavily insulated with a combination of Thermafleece (sheepswool) and an acoustic/ thermal layer of superfoil. New ply clad walls and window boxing will continue our gradual sealing of the existing concrete framed building fabric in preparation for the winter.
FF Studio Event – 27.10.11
The date is set for the official launch of our new website and a celebration of 1 year in our new studio. To celebrate, we are hosting a discussion titled “Future Practice Directions”. There will be an exhibition of our recent work and a party to celebrate a successful year. We have an exciting lineup our Chair, Olly Wainwright- BD buildings editor, Daniel Rosbottom- Head of Kingston Architecture Department and founding partner at DRDH, along with David Saxby, founder of 00/: and Caroline Cole, founder and director of Colander.
Queens Court Refurbishment
Works began on site last week for this extensive conversion of a 1930’s apartment in west London. The design draws from the Palladian symmetry of the original apartment layout, which as been emphasized through a dark walnut-lined central axis. The 14week construction programme will see works completed in December 2011. You can see more of the project here.