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November 2016
Autumn Newsletter
Illumina Centre 
Feilden+Mawson has recently been appointed as the Executive Architect and Designer for the construction of the new Illumina Centre, Granta Park, Cambridge for BioMed Realty Trust Inc. Feilden+Mawson has been brought in from RIBA Stage 3 onwards to assist with the development of the 155,000 sq ft facility that will consist of science and research offices to continue development in genomics and become Illumina’s new European head office.
InteriorFM website launch
Feilden+Mawson celebrated the official launch of its dedicated in-house interiors team, InteriorFM, at a party held at Admiralty House in Whitehall, London in October 2016.  InteriorFM is a passionate team of Architects and Designers lead by Erin Davidson in London, Josephine Harkins in Cambridge and assisted by Eleanor Busing throughout. 

InteriorFM excels at putting the heart into a space and bringing a building to life. Whether through texture and material selection, bespoke joinery and furniture, or commissioning artwork, our focus is on delivering our clients' goals by listening, engaging, and responding with innovative ideas and balanced designs

See more: www.interiorfm.com 

Education, Training and Skill Centre, Theatre Royal, Norwich
Feilden+Mawson was pleased to have been involved in the new education centre for the Theatre Royal, Norwich. The new 3 storey £4m facility will assist the theatre to promote the performing arts in Norfolk schools and replaces the former church hall that originally occupied the site.
It will also become the permanent home to the Theatre Arts Courses and will provide training courses for local businesses to help them develop leadership and presentation skills. Feilden+Mawson supported contractors RG Carter as their technical architects. 
Topping out on Nunn's Mill in Woodbridge
Great progress is being made at Nunn's Mill, Woodbridge and Luke Townshend has attended the topping out ceremony. This marks the project reaching its highest point of construction at the former Nunn’s Mill factory on the Quayside. This is part of the overall Whisstocks project that is on site with RG Carter. The project is due to be completed in Summer 2017.
60th celebrations continue
Feilden+Mawson continue their 60th celebrations throughout the Autumn with events held by both our London and Norwich offices. As part of these celebrations, Feilden+Mawson is delighted to present the first edition of their commemorative book, "A Place for the Future", that looks back on the last 60 years of work in practice and ahead to the future. The book has been written and designed by Feilden+Mawson's Architectural Historian, Charlotte Evans. 
Cambridge Military Hospital
Listed Building Consent Success!
Feilden+Mawson has successfully gained Listed Building Consent for Cambridge Military Hospital from Rushmoor Borough Council's Development Management Committee, meaning that at long last the iconic building can be put back into use. To read more about the project and Cambridge Military Hospital, click here.
Hadrian's Wall charity walk 
On 17 September 2016, Feilden+Mawson’s team of trekkers undertook a 26 mile charity walk along the iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hadrian’s Wall.

The team were overwhelmed and excited to have raised £2,183.79 and would like to say thank you for all the kind contributions.

The marathon walk was tackled to raise money for Time Norfolk as well as a local initiative supporting community midwives with new fetal heart monitoring equipment. To find out more about this amazing charity please visit the website by clicking on the link: www.timenorfolk.org.uk 

New Associates
Feilden+Mawson is delighted to announce the appointment of two new Associates in the Cambridge office, Bobby Scully ARBV and technologist Chris Bullock.
Gordon Montague's retirement 
Gordon joined Feilden+Mawson in London in 1989 and became a Partner in 1995. In that time he has worked on a huge variety of different projects demonstrating versatility, creativity and respect for historic buildings and new designs, showing thoroughness, thoughtfulness and close attention to detail. Gordon has been such an intrinsic part of Feilden+Mawson, the team will miss his tact and sound judgement, but we wish him all the best for his retirement and to enjoy time with his family and playing his guitar.
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