F&M’s new take on the old classics: The Terrace, The Semi, The Detached, The Bungalow.
Check out what we’ve come up with to give these old classics a long overdue 21st century make-over.
Feix&Merlin have just submitted planning for a private residential project, to extend a terraced house in Hackney to create a full-width extension providing a new kitchen and dining room accommodation.
Julia Feix said: ‘I don’t think the problem is one of bringing architecture closer to women, because there is an interest. It’s about making it more accessible for professional women who also want to have a family.’ via the Architects’ Journal
The F&M Rude Rugs; two rug designs, inspired by some very rude images.
The Rude Rugs are a brand new product from the London based studio Feix&Merlin Architects; two rugs – one female and one male. The designs for each have been derived from photography of real life nudes but the original images have been carefully pixelated beyond recognition … almost.
So, the only question remains, just who were the models?
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Feix&Merlin have completed a chandelier installation in the main stairwell of an office building by Squire & Partners at New Cavendish Street, London.
Feix&Merlin reveals pavilion design for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017. Designed for Charlotte Harris Studio, as part of her show garden, for the Royal Bank of Canada. The design for the pavilion and the garden draws from the romance and beauty of the forests, waterways and geology of the Boreal Forest in Canada. This Canadian landscape features cedar, larch and birch trees, a rugged granite bedrock, and minerals and ores such as nickel, iron ore, and copper. More here!
#RBCgarden2017 #RHSChelsea #ChelseaFlowerShow
A very special thank you to all of you who came to the launch party of our Rude Rugs at LDF17! And if you couldn’t make it, here’s what you missed! Click here for more pics!
IN PICTURES The Rude Rugs Launch Party – a special preview evening at London Design Festival 2017 to celebrate the launch of two new rug designs from the London based studio Feix&Merlin; Rude Rugs, one female and one male, inspired by some very rude images!
Feix&Merlin have completed a private residential warehouse refurbishment in Rotherhithe, right on the banks of the River Thames. Click for more pictures!
Feix&Merlin are working with Charlotte Harris Studio on a pavilion for her show garden for Bank of Canada at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2017! Watch this space! Xx #RBCgarden2017 #RHSChelsea #ChelseaFlowerShow
Feix&Merlin have just submitted planning on a private residential project, to refurbish a Grade II listed townhouse in Bristol, including full internal refurbishment as well as external improvements.
Our Tarek Merlin on the judging panel Emerging Interior Practice of the Year for World Interiors News #winawards16
Kick-off workshop on our new project with Henry Holland #houseofholland Watch this space!
We are looking for a confident and friendly architect/architectural assistant with two to five years post qualifications to join our team in Peckham. You will be working on a couple of exciting projects based in London which will be going on site, so you’ll get lots of experience with the creation of tender and construction drawings, and will be able to help see the projects to completion. Please send CV and examples of your work to email@example.com
Julia Feix said: ’I never believed there was ever a risk of me (or any other EU citizen living and working in the UK for that matter) being forced to leave the country as a result of some bizarre bargaining with the EU. It’s a ludicrous idea and hardly possible to implement.
’I remain optimistic that freedom of movement will not be compromised by the Brexit negotiations – in fact I strongly believe there will not even be a seat at the table without it. The UK needs to calm down, people have to stop resigning and start coming up with some great ideas of how to make it work.’ via the Architects’ Journal
“F&M brought a bit of magic to the West Handyside Canopy at King’s Cross in 2013, with a completely original roller skating rink called ‘Skate KX’. They have been my favourite architects to work with. Julia and Tarek embody the thing I love most about the design process – they bring a whole new perspective that you wonder why you’d never seen before, and they have fun doing it.”
Feix&Merlin have completed a refurbishment of the #PeacockTheatre for @Sadlers_wells and the LSE @londonschoolofeconomics - The internal works comprised of new floor and wall finishes throughout, new lighting, and custom designed furniture. A new reception desk, merchandise display counter and seating niche were created. A new light installation, featuring pendant lights designed by Feix&Merlin, was installed. The pendants form part of the Feix&Merlin product range that the studio has been developing. A new carpet was fitted throughout, featuring brass nosings on the stairs, and a graphic down the centre creating a runner from the entrance up to the reception desk. Balustrades were refurbished with new finishes, and existing elements like the geometric brass balustrades were made good and polished up celebrating the theatre’s original features.
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