A recent graduate from the Edinburgh School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Felix joined FLA in September 2022. He has a particular interest in the care, adaptation and reuse of existing buildings and is enjoying building experience on several FLA projects which engage with such sensitivities.

His final year project translated the model of a rural croft into the urban context of Leith and explored how a cluster of kitchens, workshops and residential buildings could provide the facilities to nurture a community; it was nominated for the RIBA Bronze Medal and the AJ Student Prize. The project’s exploration of the material potential of Scottish forests informed the projects material and tectonic ambitions and reflected his enthusiasm for Scotland’s rich landscape and culture.

Throughout his studies Felix led the production of Crumble, an Edinburgh based student-run architectural magazine, where he relished being central to the project’s discussions on the influence architecture has on society and cultural whilst managing the ideation, development, and delivery of issues #5 ‘Moment, Movement’ and #6 ‘Rules of Play’. 

1 500 Model
1:500 model of Felix's 4th year studio project at ESALA: A Scarcity of Attention // Plans for 111-115 Constitution Street