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Feix&Merlin Architects : Architecture
Contemporary British Architects Practice – design studio based in London, UK
Feix&Merlin – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Feix&Merlin, alphabetical:
‘Eyes Wide sHut’ – 21st century beach hut, Mablethorpe, Lincolnshire, east England
Date built: 2007
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Mablethorpe beach hut
‘The Nest’ : Douglas Bridge, Preston, Lancashire, northwest England, UK
Date built: 2008
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Douglas Bridge Preston
International Open Design Competition entry
‘Wharfingers’ – Marketing Suite, Wharfingers Cottage, Walsall, central England
Date built: 2008-
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Wharfingers Cottage for Urban Splash
This project is for an office for the Urban Splash (Midlands) Ltd. and their development team but also to provide a landmark Marketing Suite for the Walsall Waterfront development.
The East gable wall is such a prominent visible elevation that it seemed ideal for a large format installation signalling that the Cottage has been re-awakened and advertising the presence of the marketing suite. The architects proposed to drape the elevation with a three-dimensional artwork made up from four thousands rubber rods, that together create a pixelated version of the Urban Splash logo.
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London Architects – key design offices in the UK capital city.
Feix&Merlin – Practice Information
Feix&Merlin architect office based in London, UK
British architecture studio led by directors Tarek Merlin + Julia Feix
BD Young Architect of the Year Award : Finalist – 30 Oct 2008
This is a boutique design studio based in London, UK and São Paulo, Brazil.
Since its creation in 2006, the architecture practice have consistently produced work that is magical and full of mystery.
“We try to keep an emphasis on work that is progressive, unusual and whimsical.”
“What’s unique about our approach is that we like to look backwards at the same time as looking forwards. In every project, at every scale, we look for what’s come before just as much as what’s about to come. We love to see if there are clues in the site or historical uses that can be woven into the project.”
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