Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, FCBS England, English Design Office, Events
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17 Nov 2017
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BZS field research centre and eco-tourist camp in Ankarafa Forest, Sahamalaza Peninsula, Radama National Park, north west Madagascar
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BZS field research centre
Landscape architect Grant Associates has teamed up with Bristol Zoological Society (BZS) and the Richard Feilden Foundation (RFF), in conjunction with fellow Bath based architect Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBStudios), in a project to save Madagascar’s critically endangered wildlife, including the blue-eyed black lemur, and their forest habitat.
11 Aug 2016
Kingston Prison Homes, Portsmouth, Hampshire, Southern England, UK
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Kingston Prison Homes in Portsmouth
A scheme to regenerate Portsmouth’s former Kingston Prison into 230 homes has won planning approval from the city’s council. Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios’ proposal for the iconic Victorian gaol will involve a combination of redevelopment and new build, and features a landscape masterplan by Grant Associates.
6 Jan 2016
Manchester Cathedral Architecture Competition Winner
photo : Wikimedia Commons ; Date: 10 March 2015, Author: Rept0n1x
Manchester Cathedral Competition Win by FCBStudios
FCBStudios wins Manchester Cathedral development: the architecture competition organised by Dooley Associates sought an ‘aspirational and symbolic’ design to ‘preserve and enhance’ the cathedral’s west façade.
29 Dec 2015
Plymouth School of Creative Arts, Devon, England, UK
photo : Hufton & Crow
Plymouth School of Creative Arts
The school’s values guided the design of this building, and the architects reciprocated by putting those values on show with three interlocking spaces to create clarity, legibility and a unique teaching atmosphere. This school could be a new prototype for creative learning. It is a building of the arts, a gateway to Plymouth, and a new heart for the local community.
Manchester Metropolitan University Student Union, North West England, UK
Manchester Metropolitan University Student Union
photo : Hufton & Crow
A tough, flexible and fun new building for the students of Manchester Metropolitan University, made from materials that reflect its cultural importance and pay homage to neighbouring Victorian pubs and playhouses.
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios News
6 Sep 2012
Engineering Environmental Architecture – University of Bath 30 years on
17 Oct 2012 from 1.30pm
Celebrating the highly successful philosophy of architectural and engineering education at the University of Bath. Illustrating the impact the graduating students have had in developing precedent low energy buildings.
Defining what has been unique about the programmes offered at Bath and what we can learn from its graduates. Promoting synergy between the design professionals and the integration of research, design and practice.
Hosted by Bath Professors Peter Clegg, David Coley, Tim Ibell
Patrick Bellew – Atelier Ten
Klaus Bode – BDSP
Guy Battle – Deloitte
Ant Wilson – AECOM
Neil Billett – Buro Happold
Dave Richards – Arup
Andy Ford – Mott MacDonald Fulcrum
Keith Bradley – Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Selçuk Avci – Avci Architects
Chaired by Paul Finch Editorial Director of Architects’ Journal and Architectural Review, Deputy Chair of the Design Council
For tickets and enquiries please contact Holly Mansergh
firstname.lastname@example.org 01225 852545
or go to www.fcbstudios.com/events
Booking closes on the 2nd October
University of Bath main University Hall and Claverton Rooms
£75 + VAT Conference only
£125 + VAT Conference and Dinner
30 Jan 2012
Partner Cycling 1500Km to Cannes in Aid of Richard Feilden Foundation
Partner at Bath based Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is cycling to Cannes in aid of the Richard Feilden Foundation.
Geoff Rich, a partner at Bath based Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios will be taking part in a 1500km bike ride from London to Cannes to raise money for the Richard Feilden Foundation. The ride sets off from London on 1st March and aims to arrive in Cannes 6 days later.
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The Richard Feilden Foundation was set up in memory of the late Richard Feilden founder of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios who tragically died in an accident at his home on the outskirts of Bath 7 years ago.
The RFF is the UK’s only charitable foundation specialising in Education, Architecture and Africa. The Mission is to improve the long-term sustainability and effectiveness of secondary and in particular, vocational education across the poorest regions of Africa. The first major programme of action is the 5-year development of Lake Bunyonyi Vocational & Secondary School (LBCCVSS) in Uganda, to turn it into an exemplar institution. The working model will then be rolled out across the rest of Uganda. To this aim the foundation is working closely with the Uganda Ministry of Education.
Geoff Rich comments:
“Richard Feilden was an inspirational work colleague and a very keen cyclist himself. The RFF does lots of amazing work to provide education and architecture for some of the poorest communities in the world. Taking part in the Cycle to Cannes is going to be the toughest physical challenge of my life but I’m sure the idea of raising funds for such a great cause will help keep me going!”
You can follow Geoff’s training and progress at http://geoffrich.blogspot.co.uk
To help continue the foundation’s amazing work building new schools in Africa you can sponsor Geoff at http://www.bmycharity.com/GeoffRich/
Power in Space Event, Bath Abbey, England
Masked Hall – Bath Abbey Undergoes Temporary Transformation
Internationally-acclaimed designers and engineers debated innovative ways of working with old buildings at Bath Abbey last Thursday. Architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and engineers Buro Happold took over the medieval building for the day. Keynote speakers included Eric Parry and Steve Tompkins, of Haworth Tompkins who talked about the power of using space for temporary theatre and culture where the building becomes part of the performance.
A canopy of almost invisible wires stretched across the nave, a church full of people wearing great white face masks and a singing lesson were just three of the interludes which punctuated the day of talks. The soaring fan vaults and graceful arches of this beautiful church provided more than just a backdrop: they were part of the event itself.
Other speakers came from the Victoria & Albert Museum, Tate Modern, theatre designers Charcoal Blue and radical public realm designers MUF architects. Alice Dietsch from Amanda Levete Architects talked about innovation in the new Boilerhouse site on Exhibition Road while Geoff Rich of FCBS, who are currently working at project leaders on the Abbey’s Redevelopment Project, described their ambitions to bring underfloor heating to the Abbey courtesy of the great hot springs in the adjacent Roman Baths.
Peter Clegg said
“We managed to pull off quite a challenge: the venue was spectacular and we really made the most of it with specially commissioned art, music and lighting. The speakers were first class. It was a day to be proud of and I think it is up there with the best of all FCBS and Buro Happold events.”
Feilden Clegg Bradley : main page with news + key projects
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios : Architects Practice retitled Oct 2007
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios – Buildings, No Images
A G Leventis Art Gallery, Nicosia, Cyprus
Beaufort Court, Fulham, southwest London
65 units – flats/houses for Peabody Trust
Bennet’s Courtyard – housing, Merton Abbey Mills, south London
52 flats, 3 commercial units
BRE Building 16, nr Watford, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Feilden Clegg Design Architects
Designed for the BRE as an Energy Efficient Office
Broadcasting Place, Leeds, north England
Leeds Metropolitan University – Complex + Student housing
Century Court, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Chatterley Whitfield Colliery – Regeneration, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
1934; refurbished 2006:
Grade II Listed buildings
Chipping Norton Sports Centre, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, England
City Academy, Bristol, England
The Earth Centre – Entry Building & Planet Earth Galleries, Doncaster, England, UK
Gorilla House + Bat Enclosure, Jersey, Channel Islands, UK
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios win Competition
Architects also shortlisted: Wilkinson Eyre, Bill Dunster
Heelis, Swindon, England
Client: The National Trust / Kier Properties
Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects LLP : RIBA Awards 2006 – Wessex
Milestones of Flight, Royal Air Force Hendon Museum, Grahame Park Way, Barnet, northwest London
National Cold War Exhibition, RAF Cosford, Shropshire, England
National Trust HQ, Swindon, England
Oundle School – Sci Tec Facility, Northamptonshire, England
Oxstalls Campus, University of Gloucestershire, Gloucester, England
Painshill Park Visitor Centre & Education Centre, Cobham, Surrey, England
Persistance Works, Sheffield, England, UK
River Gardens Masterplan, Prague, Czech Republic
Featuring designs by David Chipperfield Architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley &
EM2N Architekten, Baumschlager Eberle, Meili Peter Architekten, Fink & Jocher,
Taunton Castle Visitor centre – proposal, Somerset, England
The Underground Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Bretton Hall, Wakefield
West Downs Centre, Winchester, Hampshire, England
Western Riverside, Bath, England
Western Riverside regeneration designs receive planning consent Nov 2007
mixed-use development for Crest Nicholson
Westminster School – The Weston Building, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, central London
1865; refurbishment – 2006
Grade II Listed
Yorkshire Sculpture Park Visitor Centre, England
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Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Practice Information
Architect studios based in Bath and London, England
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios are an award-winning architectural practice with an international reputation for design quality, for pioneering environmental expertise and a progressive architectural approach.
This English architecture practice started small over 35 years ago and despite growth to over 180 staff the studio continues to be committed to social and humanistic values in their work. The office won a RIBA Stirling Prize for Accordia in Cambridge and are the top RIBA National Award winning practice of the last decade (posted 2015).
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