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Feix&Merlin

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Feix&Merlin is a boutique architecture studio based in London, co-founded by Julia Feix and Tarek Merlin in 2006. Since its creation Feix&Merlin have consistently produced work that is magical and full of mystery, trying to keep an emphasis on work that is progressive, unusual and whimsical. Their first built project, ‘Eyes Wide sHut’, entailed a beach hut on the east coast of England, completed in 2007, that sought to create a new-found interest in the traditional UK holiday destination. Since, Feix&Merlin have gone on to work for some of the UK’s leading developers such as Argent, Igloo and Urban Splash; educational institutions such as the London School of Economics; retails brands like Ferrari; London property estates including Shaftesbury and Crown Estates, as well as other exciting projects for private residential clients. Feix&Merlin were finalists for the Young Architect of the Year award in 2008 and nominated for the LEAF Awards 2009.

Feix&Merlin is a boutique architecture studio based in London, co-founded by Julia Feix and Tarek Merlin in 2006. Since its creation Feix&Merlin have consistently produced work that is magical and full of mystery, trying to keep an emphasis on work that is progressive, unusual and whimsical. Their first built project, ‘Eyes Wide sHut’, entailed a beach hut on the east coast of England, completed in 2007, that sought to create a new-found interest in the traditional UK holiday destination. Since, Feix&Merlin have gone on to work for some of the UK’s leading developers such as Argent, Igloo and Urban Splash; educational institutions such as the London School of Economics; retails brands like Ferrari; London property estates including Shaftesbury and Crown Estates, as well as other exciting projects for private residential clients. Feix&Merlin were finalists for the Young Architect of the Year award in 2008 and nominated for the LEAF Awards 2009.