Greyfriars Townscape Heritage Initiative
Extensive refurbishment work of historic streets and buildings between 2014 and 2020 has brought vacant space back into use and enabled improvements to facades and streetscapes. Nils Feldmann was a pro bono member of the grant panel, advising Leicester City Council’s board on application for funding. FInd out more about the Greyfriars Townscape Heritage Initiative.
RIBA Practice Clinic
Nils Feldmann joined Lydia Robinson from Design Storey Architects and Martin Edwards of Martin Edwards Architects for an online panel debate to discuss issues and problems practices are facing as they navigate their way through the coronavirus pandemic.
Earth Day 2021
The built environment accounts for around 40% of global carbon emissions; architects and clients play a significant role in addressing climate change. We embrace sustainability in every project, from refurbishments like Knighton House to low-energy offices like Pocklingtons Walk.
Local praise for Upside Down House
The conversion of the listed Upside Down House in Sliema in Malta is featured in The Malta Independent’s architecture and design magazine as an exemple of sensitive restauration and contemporary transformation.
Unlocking hidden potential in Porto
The boutique hotel Canto de Luz in Porto has been reconfigured and relaunched as an urban retreat. We were tasked to find and unlock opportunities to create a tranquil oasis in the centre of the bustling city.
Love Architecture Festival 2020
Join us for a series of events for this year’s Love Architecture Festival, organized by the Leicestershire & Rutland Society of Architects. All events are online and free and listed here: www.love-architecture.co.uk
The Cedars in Homebuilding & Renovating
The story of the house and how it has been extended and adapted for a family returning to their original home The Cedars features in the September edition of Homebuilding & Renovating magazine.
Student studios in historic setting
The planning application has been submitted to regenerate a brownfield site with studios arranged around a courtyard to create a sense of community among the students.
Upside Down House wins two Awards
Feldmann Architects and local architects Model have won two of Malta’s Architecture and Spatial Planning Awards for the Upside Down House, awarded by an international jury, for Conservation and Sustainability.