14th partner for heritage architects
Award-winning Norfolk architects Feilden+Mawson has appointed former Cambridge University fellow and Royal Academy exhibitor Charles Curry-Hyde as its 14th partner.
Born in South Africa, Charles Curry-Hyde worked in Switzerland and Australia before coming to England nine years ago. He has worked on a number of high-profile UK architectural projects such as the Stonehenge Visitor Centre, Kent’s Bluewater exhibition hall and plaza, the Manchester Civil Justice Centre and London’s Rolls Building.
Since moving to the UK, Mr Curry-Hyde has regularly worked with F+M – which has offices in Norwich, Cambridge, London and Prague – both on secondment from previous employers and on a consultancy basis while running his own practice in Suffolk for the past five years. He will work across all three UK offices.
F+M’s head office is in Norwich, where managing partner Robert Todd commented: “The introduction of a new partner is always an exciting time for a practice. There is a real buzz at Feilden+Mawson currently, as we look to diversify our client base. Charles is an exceptionally talented architect and artist and we all look forward to working together."
Picture: Charles Curry-Hyde, who has been appointed partner at heritage architects Feilden+Mawson