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Newsletter 11/2014
Autumn Newsletter

Lowestoft Trinity House

Partner Philip Bodie was delighted that Trinity House, Lowestoft had been shortlisted from a long East Anglian list to the last three entries in EDP Design and Development category.

Philip said,

"The event held at the Norfolk Showground was a great evening made even better by the accolades Trinity House received. All those involved in it, not least our Client, are very proud of the achievement"

Care Home Litomysl

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 is delighted to have been appointed by City & Country to work on the outstanding Bramshill Mansion in Hampshire, following their recent purchase of the site. Bramshill is a fine, Grade I listed Jacobean prodigy house, situated in an extensive Grade II* listed historic park of over 260 acres. Hugh Feilden and Charles Curry-Hyde are leading the Feilden+Mawson design team.

Kings Lynn Innovation Centre

Feilden+Mawson have received planning consent for the Kings Lynn Innovation Centre, which will provide 2000sqm of flexible office space in the North Ouse Regeneration Area in West Norfolk. This project will mark an exciting step forward for the town. Creating an environment in which business can thrive is vital to the long-term success of the local economy. The King's Lynn Innovation Centre is due for completion in 2016, providing a local hub for business formation and growth for generations to come.


Gloucester Place Hotels

Following the receipt of Planning and Listed Building Consent for the refurbishment of six Grade II listed Georgian townhouses, and successful negotiations with the main contractor, the trustees of The Portman Estate have given the go ahead for this exciting project, which will mark a step into a new direction for the estate. The Estate has engaged Z Hotels as their hotel operators for the complex, which will offer 114 highly serviced en-suite bedrooms. Completion for the last phase and opening of all buildings for business will be in late July 2016.


Parliamentary Estate

After a competitive interview process, Feilden+Mawson have just been appointed for a major £15m+ office fit out contract in central London. The client was impressed by our BIM, interiors and space planning abilities and the team's enthusiasm to help them and the future occupants design spaces that will be both contemporary and flexible for future uses.

Contact: Feilden+Mawson
21-27 Lambs Conduit Street
London WC1N 3NL
T 020 7841 1980 F 020 7841 1981
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