Welcome to the Burrell Foley Fischer LLP Blog. We are an award winning, design led architectural practice with a recognised commitment to achieving high quality in the built environment. Over thirty years we have gained specialist experience of urban design, residential, education, performing arts and cinema and media buildings and the adaptation and restoration of historic buildings.
We are pleased to announce that Faye Davies, an Architect in the Practice, has been accepted on to the RIBA Conservation Register. The register enables those looking to commission work on heritage buildings to find architects with the specific skills and experience they require, encompassing all aspects of historic building conservation, repair and maintenance.
The Royal Society History of Science Centre
Faye has extensive experience in the conservation of Historic Buildings and has been the Project Architect on a number of projects involving the repair, conservation and remodelling of buildings Listed Grade I, Grade II* and Grade II. She has completed the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings "The Repair of Old Buildings" course and has a strong track record of working on historic buildings from feasibility to completion.
The Academy of Medical Sciences
Faye was the Project Architect on the refurbishment of an early Georgian terraced house linked to a mews house (Listed Grade II), into a family residence, the refurbishment of 41 Portland Place (Listed Grade II*), to form the new headquarters of the Academy of Medical Sciences and the refurbishment of rooms in the Carlton House Terrace headquarters of the Royal Society (Listed Grade I) to form their History of Science Centre. She is currently working on the refurbishment of a Crown Estate property on the edge of Regent's Park (Listed Grade II) to form a private residence for a private client.