Feix&Merlin have been shortlisted for the NLA Awards 2019 in the Hotels & Hospitality category for The Conduit – Feix&Merlin with Russell Sage Studio & Cavendish Studios.
Feix&Merlin have been shortlisted for the Design Week Awards 2019 in two major categories:
Retail Interiors: Parkside Clerkenwell – Feix&Merlin Architects & Hospitality Interiors: The Conduit – Feix&Merlin with Russell Sage Studio & Cavendish Studios.
VIDEO of the launch party! Check out all the action from the Parkside launch party.
Feix&Merlin with General Projects have won the commission to re-imagine the Walworth Town Hall. A multi-million-pound restoration and conversion of the fire-damaged former Town Hall building in south London, to create an Arts&Culture Co-Working hub, bringing the building back to public use once again.
FeixandMerlin will be at #MIPIM 2019! 12th-15th March. Find us on the RIBA Stand at mipim, London Stand, C15.
Get in touch with @TarekMerlin for a coffee and a catch-up! +44 (0) 7956 550 799 email@example.com
You are invited to the LAUNCH of Parkside’s new Clerkenwell Design Studio, designed by Feix&Merlin Architects, 6pm to 9pm Thursday 28th Feb!
The new Parkside Design Studio is a light-filled space intended to be used as a hub for the design community with a café, tile gallery, design studio and co-working desks, providing a relaxed, creative environment that helps to inspire its clients. Fitted out with innovative displays that treat the tiles as works of art – more akin to archiving in an art gallery – it will be constantly evolving as an organic space through events and exhibitions.
At the opening, Parkside will launch an exclusive tile collection – Arrange by Tom Pigeon – a contemporary take on a classic pattern from the V&A collections. The geometric designs are in softened tones including mint, rose pink, charcoal and powder blue.
FeixandMerlin have completed an office fitout for WHEB Group, a specialist investor with a sustainability focus, in a Grade II Listed building on Cavendish Square in
Mayfair, London. The project combines a new extension at the rear of the building with the existing heritage building at the front, and includes new finishes, furniture, lighting and partitions. A large new meeting room was created around the original bay window, featuring a solid oak frame and reeded glass panels.
Feix&Merlin won second place official runners up on the competition to design the ArchitectureLGBT+ float for PRIDE 2018 part of London Festival of Architecture #architectureLGBT+ #LFA2018 #PrideinLondon Happy Pride Everyone!
Feix&Merlin have won planning permission for the redevelopment and extension of a prominent building in Mayfair, London. The project is moving at pace, in Tender stages now and completion due for summer next year! It’s all a bit hush hush for now but more to follow soon!
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 have completed a chandelier installation in the main stairwell of an office building by Squire & Partners at New Cavendish Street, London.
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.
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.
Kick-off workshop on our new project with Henry Holland #houseofholland Watch this space!
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
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