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Visitor Centre at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

In our #Meet the Architects video series, architects present their current projects. Fergus Feilden and Edmund Fowles of Feilden Fowles Architects in London explain their design for the Visitor Centre at Yorkshire Sculpture Park (GB). The new building in the hills between Leeds and Sheffield is documented in Detail 1/2.2021.

Feilden Fowles is an award-winning, London-based architecture studio. Founded in 2009 by Fergus Feilden and Edmund Fowles who recognized their complementary talents through early student collaborations while studying at the University of Cambridge. The practice now delivers a range of buildings across the UK, producing architecture that is rich in character and distinct in identity.

You can find the extended documentation of the Visitor Centre at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in Detail 1/2.2021.

Feilden Fowles, London, Photo: Kendal Noctor
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