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
We have submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Islington on our first project with property developer LUX Reality, run by property expert Marta de Sousa. Looking forward to moving ahead in the new year!
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
“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.”
Check out F&M’s pavilion designs for International Square in Stratford!
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.
We have finally moved! Hooray! We’ve taken residency in Peckham – come and visit, we’d love to have you!
The second phase of our project at Peacock Theatre for Sadler’s Wells and the LSE is underway; the lobby carpet is going down and new lighting, wall finishes and some custom joinery are on their way!
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