Homerton College Dining Hall

2022-06-07T12:27:06+01:00

Architect and photographer David Grandorge visits Feilden Fowles latest project, a dining hall with ecclesiastical proportions designed for Homerton College at the University of Cambridge.

Homerton College Dining Hall2022-06-07T12:27:06+01:00

Ralph Allen School

2022-05-09T11:48:28+01:00

Feilden Fowles has completed a dining hall and eight-classroom teaching block as part of an ongoing series of commissions for Fergus Feilden’s alma mater, Ralph Allen School, on the outskirts of Bath. Wendy Perring reflects on the architectural moves – and the trust between architect and client – that have given the 1950s campus an enhanced sense of place.

Ralph Allen School2022-05-09T11:48:28+01:00

My kind of town: Ingrid Petit

2022-02-14T12:41:01+01:00

Feilden Fowles associate Ingrid Petit on the generosity and warmth of she found in Glasgow, in contrast to the city's cold description as Edinburgh’s ugly sibling.

My kind of town: Ingrid Petit2022-02-14T12:41:01+01:00

Schüco Excellence Awards 2020

2022-05-11T12:49:33+01:00

Awards Projects by Glenn Howells Architects, Feilden Fowles and OMA are on the list of winners selected by this year’s distinguished awards jury

Schüco Excellence Awards 20202022-05-11T12:49:33+01:00

Gothic Revival

2022-01-31T12:10:33+01:00

Building Review Jack Richards admires a contemporary but contextual addition to the Fratry at Carlisle Cathedral by Feilden Fowles

Gothic Revival2022-01-31T12:10:33+01:00

The Weston

2022-01-31T12:10:08+01:00

Building Review Feilden Fowles draws on the landscape and Land Art at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

The Weston2022-01-31T12:10:08+01:00

Factory Setting

2022-01-31T12:08:30+01:00

Building Feilden Fowles has found appropriate expression for a rural food production campus, discovers Graham Bizley

Factory Setting2022-01-31T12:08:30+01:00

2017 Wood Awards

2022-01-31T12:07:32+01:00

Awards
6a Architects, dRMM, Alison Brooks Architects and Feilden Fowles are among this year's winners

2017 Wood Awards2022-01-31T12:07:32+01:00

Less is More

2022-01-31T12:03:46+01:00

Building Review Feilden Fowles’ self-built studio is a clear expression of the principles and pleasures of ‘lean’ architecture, says David Grandorge

Less is More2022-01-31T12:03:46+01:00