Winner Announced for University of Warwick Faculty of Arts Building Competition


Winning Entry by FCB (Image © RIBA)

Award winning architecture practice Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCB) has won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) competition to design the new Faculty of Arts Building at the University of Warwick, Coventry, in England’s West Midlands region.

The University of Warwick sought designs for a flexible new building that encourages collaboration and allows creativity and innovation to flourish amongst its users. Feilden Clegg Bradley were unanimously scored most highly for the Quality criterion by the panel as they were felt to have captured the essence of the University’s vision and it was felt that their design would contribute significantly to the enhancement of the Central Campus.

FCB Studios will now work closely with the University of Warwick’s Estates team to develop their design over the coming months.


The other shortlisted teams (listed in alphabetical order) were:

• Foster + Partners
• Grimshaw
• White Arkitekter
• Wilkinson Eyre


Winning Entry by FCB (Image © RIBA)