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Since its inception in 1996, Jamie Fobert Architects has had a reputation for innovative and inspiring architectural design in the residential, retail and arts sectors. The practice has demonstrated a consistent approach to resolving client ambitions and site complexities into a tactile architecture of volume, material and light.
Jamie Fobert Architects has garnered several awards, including the RIBA London Award 2014, the Manser Medal and the RIBA and English Heritage ‘Award for a building in an historic context’. The practice has won three major public commissions for cultural organisations: Kettle’s Yard Gallery; the Charleston Trust; and Tate St Ives.
Residential projects have required unique solutions to resolve difficult site constraints. JFA has set out to test ideas of materiality and spatial configuration. These projects reveal a sensitivity to historic context partnered with contemporary design concerns. JFA’s completed residential projects range from an inner-block site in central London to a farmhouse in rural Ireland and a coastal residence in the South of France. The practice is currently working on several new-build private houses - a mews house in Bloomsbury, and houses in St Johns Wood, Barnes, rural Oxfordshire, Trinidad and Cape Town.
RIBA National Awards RIBA London Awards BD Individual House Architect of the Year Award Manser Medal (now RIBA House of the Year) RIBA and English Heritage Award for a Building in an Historic Context