Fergus Knox

<p>Fergus completed RIBA Parts I & II at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL in 2016. He graduated with a Bsc Hons First Class degree and a distinction in Diploma. He was shortlisted for the Technology Making Building prize, nominated for the RIBA Bronze medal and won the Fitzroy Robinson Drawing prize. Postgraduate, he was also awarded the Design Realisation prize and a Bartlett medal. Fergus now teaches part time, 1st year students at the Bartlett.<br></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Between 2012 and 2014 Fergus worked at Wilkinson Eyre in London and Olson Kundig in Seattle. Whilst working at Olson Kundig he worked on a number projects across different sectors,&nbsp;including Seattle's space needle, The Burke Natural History&nbsp;Museum and a mountain retreat in Rio&nbsp;de Janeiro.<br></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Fergus has a design background and real interest in exploring construction principles and techniques. He is currently working on a number of new houses for Knox Bhavan across the&nbsp;South-East. He is closely involved in the Mumbai projects liaising directly with&nbsp;the housing&nbsp;societies and co-operatives Knox Bhavan are engaging with.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>He has been in and out the studio most of&nbsp;his life but&nbsp;joined&nbsp;Knox Bhavan full time&nbsp;in September 2016.<br></p>

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