As a close-knit practice we are able to foster our creative and interactive studio culture through recognition of each individual’s strengths and talents to curate a balanced skill set across the whole studio. We enjoy working collaboratively and pride ourselves on our shared ethos, ambitions and values. Read more about our team below.

Andrew Macintosh, Senior Architect

BA (Hons) MArch ARB

Andrew joined Feilden Fowles in 2019. He leads several projects for the office, including a commercial scheme within the Royal Street development in London and a student residential scheme at the University of Cambridge.

Andrew has a wide range of experience having joined from Henley Halebrown Architects. Delivering Stirling Prize nominated projects Hackney New Primary School and Chadwick Hall. Andrew completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Liverpool and postgraduate studies at University of Sheffield. Andrew has strong ties with both universities and occasionally guest tutors. Outside of the office you’ll find Andrew labouring up countryside hills on his bike or walking his dog in South London.

Charlotte Tunney, Associate, Practice Manager

BA (Hons)

Charlotte joined Feilden Fowles in 2022 and, working closely with the Management Team, is responsible for a number of roles across the practice including Human Resources and Finance. Prior to this, Charlotte was the Finance & HR Director for a unique London hospitality offering and has over 10 years experience of working with creative businesses.

Charlotte has a first class honours degree in Fine Art from Nottingham Trent University and is inherently passionate about all forms of art and design. She is also an alumni mentor for fledgling graduates of Nottingham Trent University, providing one on one support as they enter the creative industries. When she’s not in the studio, Charlotte is often found swimming at her local lido, foraging for courgettes in her vegetable patch or hunting out the nearest craft beer pub.

Edmund Fowles, Director

MA (Cantab) AA Dip Honours ARB RIBA

Edmund has delivered a range of award-winning projects, from Feilden Fowles’ own studio in Waterloo to Charlie Bigham’s Food Production Campus in Somerset. He is leading on a number of prestigious education projects, including the recently completed new dining hall for Homerton College, University of Cambridge, and new graduate accommodation and student facilities for Green Templeton College, University of Oxford. He is also leading Feilden Fowles’ proposals for the Urban Nature Project, transforming the five acre gardens surrounding the Natural History Museum.

Edmund is an external examiner at the Architectural Association and has taught and lectured widely, including at the RIBA, University of Cambridge and London Metropolitan University where he taught a design studio for several years with Ingrid Petit, exploring new forms of education design. Edmund is a keen cyclist, and is championing the practice’s low tech agenda.

Eleanor Hedley, Associate

MA (Cantab) MArch UCL ARB

Eleanor is a skilled architect and project lead with a wealth of experience working for institutional clients, delivering buildings that compliment their organisational aspirations and ethics. Her recent projects include delivering the practice’s award-winning dining hall for Homerton College, Cambridge, which she oversaw from winning through competition to completion. She has also been instrumental in developing the Urban Nature Project for the Natural History Museum. As well as these larger buildings, she has also delivered smaller community projects for the practice including the design and construction of Waterloo City Farm.

Prior to working at Feilden Fowles Eleanor worked at DK-CM where she helped deliver two large public projects for Local Authority clients. She was also a founding member of the Turner Prize winning architecture collective Assemble, and was involved in helping design and build their celebrated award-winning projects The Cineroleum and Folly for a Flyover. Eleanor studied architecture at Cambridge and UCL with drawings from her MArch thesis selected for exhibition in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition. She has been a guest critic and lecturer at a number of schools including the Architectural Association and Royal College of Art, and is an enthusiastic about supporting greater access to the profession.

Fergus Feilden, Director

MA (Cantab) MA RCA ARB RIBA

Fergus is passionate about leading project teams to create aspirational shared visions, and to deliver complex and challenging projects particularly on sensitive sites. He is currently working with high profile clients across the country including the National Trust, TfL, the Science Museum Group, Carlisle Cathedral and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. His projects span education, culture, strategic and heritage sectors, with current commissions including a masterplan for Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and Central Hall at the National Railway Museum in York.

He has lectured widely at universities and other cultural institutions across the UK, is a panel member of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Quality Review Panel, RIBA Awards judge and visiting professor at Sheffield University. Fergus enjoys spending time in the natural world; exploring, making, running and cycling.

Finian Reece-Thomas, Architectural Designer

BA (hons), MArch

Finian joined Feilden Fowles in 2022 having previously worked for Adam Khan Architects and Delvendahl Martin Architects.

He completed his undergraduate studies at Manchester School of Architecture and his Masters at Kingston School of Architecture and Landscape, graduating in 2021 with a distinction. His thesis project was nominated for the AJ student prize and was awarded a commendation in the RIBA Silver Medal. The project was informed by post-colonial Nigerian fiction and looked to establish a new school of art in the city of Enugu, drawing from both historic and contemporary west African building typologies to create the conditions for a new form of cultural reproduction in the south-eastern Nigerian city.

At Feilden Fowles, Finian is currently part of the team working on Black Robin Farm, a new cultural project for Eastbourne.

Francesca Beckett, Studio & Marketing Coordinator, Assistant to Directors

BArch (Hons)

Francesca joined the studio team at Feilden Fowles in 2022, bringing her previous architecture and administration experience from small firms in Oxford and London. She now works across several pillars of the business, including Marketing & PR and Finance, working closely with Charlotte and the Directors and supporting the team through the day-to-day.

Outside of work, Francesca enjoys swimming, baking and crafts. She loves to spend time with our four legged studio friends – whether visiting dogs or the resident goats, pigs and sheep next door at Oasis Farm Waterloo!

Frankie Prinsloo, Architectural Designer

BA (hons), MArch

Frankie joined Feilden Fowles in 2023 and is a key part of the team working on an estate development strategy for Mansfield College, Oxford.

Previously, Frankie spent three years at FCB Studios in Bath working on several higher education projects including the technical design of Stephen Taylor Court, a Passivhaus residential project for graduates and fellows at King’s College, Cambridge.

Frankie completed his masters at the University of Bath, graduating with first class honours. His thesis project involved a research trip to India and investigated how Rajasthani vernacular, historic building typologies and traditional construction techniques could be reinterpreted and translated for a contemporary setting.

Ingrid Petit, Associate

MArch (Architecte Diplome d’Etat) ARB RIBA

Ingrid joined Feilden Fowles after graduating with Distinction from the Architecture School of Versailles. During her Masters Ingrid joined the Mackintosh School of Architecture and then the Kyoto Institute of Technology to study housing typologies in Japan.

At Feilden Fowles, Ingrid has worked on a range of projects across residential, cultural and heritage sectors. She was Project Architect on the recently completed schemes at Pinewood School and the grade 1 listed extension to Carlisle Cathedral, the Fratry. Ingrid is now overseeing Feilden Fowles’ involvement at Green Templeton College, Oxford and Central Hall for the National Railway Museum, York. Ingrid plays a key role in the management of the practice, heading up business development initiatives and resourcing for the studio.

In parallel, Ingrid has experience in education having co-led a design unit with Edmund at London Metropolitan University for three years focussing on new models of education buildings. She retains an active role in education with regular lectures and mentoring.

Ingrid was selected as one of the RIBA J’s 2020 Rising Stars in recognition of her talents and achievements. Ingrid is also a finalist in the MJ Long Prize, as part of the W Awards 2021.

Jack Swindell, BIM Coordinator

BSc Hons, MCIAT

Jack studied Architectural Technology at Nottingham Trent University graduating with a 1st Class degree, and is an accredited member of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists. Jack has gained a wide range of experience in
the BIM environment, including model coordination workshops, having worked on various projects at different scales such as infrastructure schemes for Crossrail and Thames Tideway, and large scale build-to-rent developments.
At Feilden Fowles Jack works across all studio projects to provide BIM support and coordination as a Revit Technician, and has been instrumental in assisting the technical development and tender packages for the Central Hall project for the National Railway Museum. Jack is passionate about improving team collaboration and workflow efficiency using BIM whilst helping clients further engage with their projects in the pre-construction phases. Outside of Feilden Fowles Jack enjoys several sporting activities including skiing, rock climbing and cycling.

Maelys Garreau, Architect

BA (GSA) Dip Arch (LSA) ARB

Maelys joined Feilden Fowles in 2019 and is a key part of the team working on the Urban Nature Project for the Natural History Museum in London. Maelys completed her postgraduate diploma at the London School of Architecture with Distinction, where she worked at Mikhail Riches alongside her studies. Her final thesis encouraged an ethical vision of sustainability encompassing nature’s multiplicity of realities. Her dissertation was selected for the RIBA Dissertation Medal, and her drawings were exhibited in the Royal Academy’s 2020 Summer Exhibition.

Before joining Feilden Fowles, Maelys worked on a range of projects in Paris at AWP office for territorial reconfiguration and NP2F architects. Alongside work, she lectures at the Bartlett School of Architecture and Edinburgh University.

Matthew Glen, Associate

BA(Hons) MArch(Hons) ARB

Matthew joined Feilden Fowles at the end of 2019. He previously spent 5 years at Niall McLaughlin Architects, where he was Project Architect for a number of schemes including Hampshire House, which won a RIBA National Award in 2019. He also worked on the Stirling Prize Winning new library for Magdalene College in Cambridge, a song school for Trinity Hall in Cambridge and an International Rugby Museum in Limerick, Ireland.

Prior to this, Matthew worked at a variety of practices including AHMM architects, where he played a key role on a £34m mixed use redevelopment on Old Street reinventing and extending a collection of underperforming existing buildings and providing an extensive regeneration of the public realm. In 2011, whilst working in practice, he was employed by Newcastle University to carry out a ‘Collaborative Innovative Partnership’ exploring how environmental research could inform architectural design. Matthew graduated from Newcastle University with a first class honours degree and was awarded the Napper Memorial Prize for the highest design mark of the year.

Melissa Eagleton, Architectural Designer

BA (Hons)

Melissa joined Feilden Fowles in 2023. She completed her undergraduate studies at Central Saint Martins and has since worked as a fabricator and model maker. She has 18 months previous experience as an Architectural Assistant at Squire & Partners, where she contributed to several housing schemes, office refurbishments and competitions.

At Feilden Fowles she’s working across the teams responsible for both a heritage project in Yorkshire and a student residential scheme for the University of Cambridge.

Outside of work you’ll find Melissa volunteering with self-building project R.U.S.S, learning how to weld at South London Makers Space or cycling up hills in North London.

Mina Pabuccuoglu, Architectural Designer

MA (Hons) Architecture

Mina joined Feilden Fowles in 2023 after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Edinburgh, where she graduated with First-Class Honours. Her diverse background, spanning the US, Kenya, Turkey, and the UK, has cultivated her ability to approach design challenges from unique perspectives. Throughout her academic journey and work experience, she developed a passion for design that investigates environment and form while empowering human and non-human stakeholders. Her dissertation challenged traditional ideas of heritage, materialism, and “use” by portraying architecture as an active participant in its surroundings, showcasing its dynamic impact within changing contexts. This research culminated in her final studio project, which empowered local communities using heritage-conscious and sustainable timber-building practices.

Outside of the studio, Mina can be found running, immersing herself in film photography, or exploring the newest exhibitions and galleries.

Ruth Pearn, Architect

BA (Hons) MArch ARB

Ruth joined Feilden Fowles after achieving Distinction in her postgraduate studies at Westminster University. Here, her dissertation analysed the intricacies of negotiating numerous generations under one roof and examined age as a basis for the organisation, use, and material culture of domestic space. The piece of research was awarded the RIBA Dissertation Medal. Alongside this recognition, her final design project was selected for the AJ Student Prize which invited UK schools to submit the work of their best postgraduate student. This project reimagined the typology of the public convenience, responding to contemporary issues surrounding period poverty and the wider debate about access to bathrooms.

Previously Ruth volunteered for the humanitarian design organisation, Orkidstudio, helping to design and build a school and women’s soap making enterprise in Cambodia. Following this, she worked at MUMA on the Stirling Prize nominated Storey’s Field Community Centre and Nursery. At Feilden Fowles she is working on the design of new student accommodation at Green Templeton College, Oxford, and the regeneration of Capel Manor College’s South London campus.

Bumble, Bee and Jupiter

Resident Christmas Tree Chompers

The three goats that live at Oasis Farm Waterloo are our favourite distraction from a busy day at the office.

Michelle, Kelly and Drake

The Vocalists

These three lambs are certainly the noisiest on our farm – they like to let us know when it’s time for dinner!