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Black History Month: Once upon a time

To round up this year's Black History Month, we'd like to share some final resources to educate ourselves on Black British History. To learn…

Black History Month: Save the date...

The penultimate Friday in October is here - time for us to share a fourth resource we can use to educate ourselves on Black History. Last Friday, Patricia…

On achieving net zero carbon verification for operational energy

Feilden Fowles' studio has recently been verified as net zero carbon for operational energy under the UKGBC framework. Having undertaken the…

Black History Month: Time to 'podcast-ucate' ourselves!

It's already the third Friday in October - time for us to share a third resource we can use to educate ourselves on Black History. Last Friday,…

Black History Month - time to 'video-cate' ourselves!

Happy Friday Everyone - as promised, we're sharing our second recommendation to educate ourselves on Black British History today. Last Friday,…

Black History Month - time to 'book-ucate' ourselves!

It's October again! Which means it's time to educate ourselves on Black British History again. Even though this should be an important topic…

‘Informing Future-Facing Higher Education Design’ - my involvement in this year's AUDE conference

Earlier this year, I was invited to speak on the panel for the workshop ‘Informing Future-Facing Higher Education Design’, at the Association…

Making space for non-binary co-workers

Hi, it’s me Nora. Your friendly neighbourhood graduate digital design engineer. And I am non-binary. This is not a definitive guide to the definition…

Mental Health at Max Fordham

Our people are at the heart of our Practice and we recognise that good health is essential to us feeling motivated to deliver our best work every…

Let's talk about the Holy Month of Ramadan and the Festival of Eid

Recently, our day-to-day routine has been a bit different and we wanted to give you an insight into the reason behind it: celebrating Ramadan. What…

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