Feilden Fowles Architects

Posted on Fri, 1 Feb 2013 by midcenturyjo

Pared back, elegant simplicity. Spaces stripped back to their inherent form. Beautiful, precise yet subtle. Feilden Fowles Architects deliver pure, conceptually strong buildings. The first , a renovation to a 1930’s apartment sees emphasis on symmetry where the dark walnut-lined central axis with sliding elements provides intimate pockets in an open plan design. stripped back to its inherent form. The second home, a Cotswold extension to a working farmhouse emphasises its simple, functional structure.

Desirae says:

I'm up at midnight in Seattle loving these bright sunny spaces! Beautiful!

oregonbird says:

I'm now staring at every picture, waiting for movement. Like a dog. Like a dog.

Love the mood, the ambience, the sparce.

Like a dog.

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