Feneley Studio is a design-led practice. We are skilled at creating efficient and exciting places in which to live, work and enjoy.
The practice is led by Simon Feneley, former Director at Edward Cullinan Architects. Having delivered many award-winning projects for the public and private sectors including the herbarium and library at the Royal Botanicl Gardens, Kew and the Olisa Library at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, Simon establshed his own studio in 2010.
Our current work involves new build private houses, residential developments, extending and remodelling existing homes, interiors and commercial space.
FeneleyStudio2 Limited Registered in England and Wales, Reg No 10403654
What They Say
"Feneley Studio created our beautiful and unique house that is a haven of calm within Shepherd’s Bush. Everyday I wake to magical lines of light and airiness; treetop and skyline views and the natural texture of wood against smooth, crisp lines of white. To say I love everything about the house would be an understatement."
Thornfield Road Client
“What an impressive, clever yet modest response to context. Hill House is probably the best contemporary building that I have seen built in the area … It may be small and hidden but it is a real gem!”
Chris Bearman - Partner Allies and Morrison Architects + Member of the South Eastern Design Review Panel
“Feneley Studio helped turn a tired 1950s end of terrace that hadn’t changed since the early 1980s into our stylish, modern family home that is both beautiful and practical. The incredible level of service we received made this an enjoyable process but it was their ingenious design ideas and eye for detail have been the key to this transformation. They made the most of the space and the potential and delivered everything on our wish list. We are absolutely delighted.”
Wormholt Road Client
“Excellent design ideas and careful considerations to our requirements provided us with a vision to transform the property into an exciting, modern home”
“The vision for the village campus exceeded our expectations. The board are thrilled with the scope and diversity of the proposal.”
Tony Thapar, Moseley Community Development Trust Manager
“It’s a bright and happy space. I think the brightness of the room reflects on to the students and staff”
Student, Leek College