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Who: Ingrid Petit
Profession: Architectural Associate
Firm: Feilden Fowles
When: 27 November 2020, 18:00
Where: Live on Zoom

Ingrid is an associate at Feilden Fowles Architects, a London based architecture practice. She studied at the Architecture School of Versailles, the Mackintosh School of Architecture and the Kyoto Institute of Technology. The firm specialises in arts and culture, heritage, education and workplace as well as strategic planning, they are characterised by a deep value for education and collaboration working closely with London Metropolitan University, their tangible hands on approach to design and their endeavour to translate and express the knowledge and historic cultural experience of users into distinctive physical forms, drawing social and environmental sustainability from passive design techniques incorporating the local vernacular. How can this in depth approach to context improve social relations and promote connectivity?

The talk will introduce the practice and Ingrid's studio in Waterloo, present the Fratry for Carlisle Cathedral and a project for Pinewood School – both are buildings which Ingrid has completed this year, followed by an open discussion on new projects that Ingrid is currently working on.

For information on joining the zoom session please contact @parcsplymouth.

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