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21 Mar 2017
Featherstone Young News
New House in Hassocks Shortlisted for RIBA South East Awards 2017
One of fourteen buildings shortlisted for RIBA South East 2017 Awards:
The site is quite unique, sloping down to the confluence of two rivers, Ysgir Fach and Ysgir Fawr, that run across the full length of the property. It is in the centre of a small hamlet, Pontfaen, which is just outside the Brecon Beacons national park.
The site was effectively brownfield as historically it housed a light industrial premises, although this had long been cleared leaving little evidence of its past life other than some small ruins and a mill race. The river and bank is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and was, and still is, completely wild and undeveloped with a number of mature oak, ash and beech trees.
Featherstone Young Exhibition
Reflecting Wales 09:09 – Exhibition
Exhibition located at Howards Gardens Gallery, Cardiff School of Art and Design, University of Wales, UK
9 Oct to 4 Nov 2009
Architect Sarah Featherstone of Featherstone Young (formerly Featherstone Associates) has been selected as one of nine pioneering Welsh or Welsh resident architectural designers to exhibit in the forthcoming exhibition, Reflecting Wales 09:09.
Sarah founded Featherstone Associates in 2002
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Featherstone Young Practice Information
Architects studio based in east London, England
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Sarah Featherstone is an architect and director of the multi-disciplinary practice Featherstone Young. In 2008 her practice was a finalists in BD Young Architect of the Year Award and Architecture Foundation’s Next Generation Award.
Prior to setting up Featherstone Associates, Sarah was a founding partner of Hudson Featherstone Architects.
Sarah teaches at Central St Martins and has been a visiting critic at various UK architecture schools.
Sarah is a CABE Design Panel Member and Southwark Design Panel Member and an External Examiner at Brighton University and the Bartlett.
She is also a Civic Trust Award assessor, RIBA Awards 2008 Judge, member of the Camden Design Awards Panel and a RIBA President’s Research Awards Assessor.
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