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Featherstone Young

Featherstone Young

Location London - UK


Headed by two directors, Sarah Featherstone and Jeremy Young, the practice was established in 2002 and has delivered a considerable number of high quality buildings with the help of our talented team, including our Associate Ed Soden. The practice’s work has been widely acknowledged as innovative and inspirational – reflected in considerable client satisfaction, numerous awards, exhibitions and extensive media coverage.


Civic Trust Regional Winner 2013 (Dellow Centre), RICS National Award Best Innovative Building 2012 (Ty Hedfan), RICS Regional Award Best Community Benefit 2012 (Dellow Centre), RIBA Award 2012 (Dellow Centre), RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2012 (Finalist: Dellow Centre), RIBA Award 2011(Ty Hedfan), Manser Medal 2011(Finalist: Ty Hedfan), RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize 2011(Finalist: Ty Hedfan), Eisteddfod Gold Medal for Architecture 2011 (Finalist: Ty Hedfan), Atkins Inspire Outstanding Achiever in Architecture 2008, RIBA Award 2007 (SERICC Crisis Centre), Building Better Health Awards 2007(SERICC Crisis Centre), FX International Interior Design Awards 2007 (Finalist: Sunshine Centre), Building Design Awards 2006 (Finalist: Young Architect of the Year), Next Generation Award 2006, Architecture Foundation (Finalist: Young Architect of the Year), 100% Design (2x Winner: Cool Wall Contest), FX International Interior Design Awards (Winner: Best Retail Concept, Fordham White), Blueprint Architecture Awards, (Finalist: Best Residential Building, for Voss St), Sunday Times/ Royal Fine Art Commission (Winner Building of the Year)

Project sectors

  • One-off Homes
  • Schools, Colleges and Universities
  • Community Centres

Specialist skills

  • Self-Build
  • Sustainable Design

Services offered


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Featherstone Young

Central Saint Martins

A rolling programme of major external and internal works at Central Saint Martin's two principle campuses, Kings Cross and Byam Shaw. At Kings Cross proposals were developed in close collaboration with staff and students to make better use of several key spaces.

Featherstone Young

Dellow Centre

A new arts and activity building for a homeless charity in East London located on a small, landlocked site, containing art studio, workshops and offices. The colourful, faceted facade gives a strong identity for the plight of the homeless and presents a welcoming frontage. The permeable facade has activated the under-used courtyard and initiated a rolling programme of works to improve the public space and better link the other buildings forming the centre.

Featherstone Young

Ty Hedfan

Ty Hedfan meaning ‘hovering house’, is an exploration of the practice’s interest in highly site specific and contextual architecture which takes its cue from the traditional Welsh long house form and the topographical constraints of the site.

Featherstone Young

Waddington Studios

A new building on a heavily overlooked urban site comprising artist gallery, photographic studios and residential house and apartments. The carefully choreographed spaces, delivered to a tight budget demonstrates our ability to turn challenges in to creative opportunities.