Feldmann Architects create innovative and imaginative architecture, urban design and interiors with an emphasis on offices and housing. We thrive at solving problems for our clients by unlocking constrained plots, discovering potential in existing properties and transforming listed buildings.
Our Portfolio ranges from master plans for brownfield redevelopment to the fit-out of residential and office interiors for commercial and private clients. We are experienced and work on all stages of a project from the initial concept sketches through to the supervision of construction work on site.
Feldmann Architects are based in Leicester and work on exciting and challenging projects across the country. We create contemporary design and find individual solutions for the particular challenges of each scheme.
Our bespoke responses can overcome budget constraints, demanding time scales or planning obstacles and lead to rewarding, unique and inspiring results, with sustainability an integral part of every scheme from the start.
Awards + Publicity
Feldmann Architects have won a number of awards from the Royal Institute of British Architects.
Our work has featured on Channel 4’s Grand Designs: House of the Year and in Homebuilding & Renovating magazine.
Service + Experience
We have experience in the construction of new buildings and the refurbishment of existing building stock with expertise in sustainability and conservation.
We work throughout all stages of a project and we collaborate with a trusted network of engineers and specialist consultants.
Architects’ appointments and fees are agreed individually with each client to reflect the scale and complexity of the project as well as the range of services provided; the fee can be a percentage of the construction cost, a fixed sum or an hourly rate.
Nils Feldmann set up Feldmann Architects after twenty years of working as a registered architect in London, Hamburg and Nottingham.
Nils is a co-chair of the East Midlands Design Review Panel run by OPUN, the East Midlands Architecture Centre.
Nils Feldmann is a chartered member of the Royal Institute of British Architects, the professional association of architects in the United Kingdom.
Chartered members are governed by the principles of the RIBA’s Code of Professional Conduct and the ARB’s Standards of Conduct and Practice.