60th celebrations at Norwich Cathedral
Gordon Montague's retirement
Cambridge Military Hospital Listed Building Consent Success!
Planning Permission Granted!
Old Sessions House is one of the most important historic buildings in the London Borough of Islington and is the dominant presence on Clerkenwell Green.
Parliamentary Education Centre
Feilden+Mawson's New Education Centre in Victoria Tower Gardens; the burial of a time capsule containing sketches of the scheme, along with MP's and young people's visions for the future of democracy and other mementos marks one year after planning permission was granted for construction. Members of the House of Commons Commission and 28 young people from across the UK dedicated the time capsule to the thousands of students who will visit in the future. The centre is due to open in summer 2015.
KEVII team with George Clarke
Steve Restorick's Retirement
A party was held in our Norwich office to celebrate the retirement of Steve Restorick who has worked as our Architectural Librarian for over 42 years. Many of his ex-colleagues, family and friends joined Partners and members of staff and enjoyed good food, good company and a humorous slide show of Steve at work and play. This brought back many happy memories and led to a lot of reminiscing, especially regarding the F+M cricket team which Steve captained. He has contributed so much to the company and will be truly missed. The Partners and staff wish him a very long and happy retirement.
Feilden + Mawson’s Prague office has won an open architectural competition to design a residential care home in a UNESCO protected historic town of Litomysl in eastern Bohemia. The site is within a high quality residential development on the edge of the town and the aim of the proposal is to integrate the new home to its wider urban context through familiar scale and a series of external public spaces.
Feilden+Mawson's project at MOD Caversfield (phase one) has been shortlisted for a Sunday Times British Homes Award 2014 in the 'Best Conversion' category. The redevelopment of this former RAF airbase is conceived as a sequence of semi-formal interrelated courtyard spaces.
Feilden+Mawson has won the commission for the Kings Lynn Innovation Centre, which will provide 2000sqm of flexible office space in the North Ouse Regeneration Area in West Norfolk.
Feilden+Mawson has recently completed the conversion of a former WWII, specialised decontamination bunker into two luxury homes, at MOD Caversfield in Bicester, Oxfordshire. The conversion of a windowless, fortress-like structure into two residential units was a difficult brief, with no readymade solutions or precedents available. The designs are a bespoke solution in their context and a unique creation.
''F+M are delighted to has partnered with Kier Eastern on the Alconbury Incubator Building and that the team's hard work was recognised by winning this award'', said Feilden+Mawson Partner Philip Bodie.
Nearly 22,000 participants descended on Cannes to take part in the exhausting week in March that was MIPIM's 25th anniversary. Among the delegates were Partners Philip Bodie and Charles Curry-Hyde who represented Feilden+Mawson in the London Stand. As an exhibitor, F+M aimed to make new contacts and strengthen existing ones with a specific goal to reinforce F+M's London presence.
WLMHT working in partnership with Feilden+Mawson has been granted planning approval to refurbish the existing 'Lammas Centre' in the Ealing Green Conservation Area, to provide facilities for a local, community based mental health supported housing service. The project, which received planning consent from Ealing Borough Council on 13th March, will offer safe, therapeutic, 24-hour supported accommodation to people suffering from mental health issues.
A water company's major investment in a new site in Lowestoft was hailed as an endorsement of the town during a naming and topping-out ceremony.
Feilden+Mawson's design for a new Parliamentary Education Centre in Victoria Tower Gardens has been given planning go ahead. The scheme has been designed in accordance with Parliament's brief for a dedicated education centre that will accommodate and increase the number of school children visiting the Palace of Westminster from 45,000 a year in 2012/13 to 100,000 per year.
Kings Lynn and West Norfolk District Council has confirmed that Feilden+Mawson's care home project, Downham Grange has been shortlisted for this year's Mayor's Design Award.
Newport Magistrates' Court has been shortlisted for a prestigious British Council for Offices Award following submission at the end of 2013. The judges are due to visit the project this month, with the winners being announced at the awards ceremony in May 2014.
Feilden+Mawson is proud to announce winning 1st prize in the Semi Detached 4 Bedroom category at DraWing – An architectural ideas competition exploring the character of Cambridge by designing a house type for a new development on the edge of the city.
38 Seymour Street lies within the Portman Estate conservation area and has been refurbished to provide approximately 7700 sqft of high spec office space with a bespoke reception area. The building presents modern, open plan office floors designed to the latest standards which will be open for viewing to let.
As part of the University of East Anglia's 50th anniversary celebrations, Lord Foster gave the 2013 Robert Sainsbury lecture 8th October.
Feilden+Mawson has been appointed amongst a strong list of candidates to the Transport for London Architecture, Design and Urbanism Panel.
Feilden+Mawson has received a Norfolk Association of Architects Craftsmanship Award 2013, in recognition of the outstanding standard of craftmanship achieved on the National Construction College.
Phase 1 incorporates 78 student units supported by a biomass energy centre.
Achieving BREEAM ‘Very Good’, the facility also incorporates a rainwater harvesting system.