Farrer Huxley Associates

Paul Bourel

 
 
 

Paul Bourel

Landscape Architect

 

Joining FHA in 2017, Paul brings with him a broad proficiency and experience in developing both large-scale masterplans and detailed design interventions. Having worked in Slovenia, the Netherlands and the UK Paul also brings his unique international experience to the practice.

Having studied both urban design and landscape architecture, and having spent two years working at an architectural practice, Paul is a precise, ambidextrous designer.

He is interested in the design of urban space and how landscape architecture can help to kick-start social spaces. Much of his work to date has focused on multi-functional spaces of leisure, culture and events, while his research is directed towards the management of public space post-construction.

Beyond the office, Paul enjoys a variety of creative activities including etching, screen printing, folding origami and making papier-mâché inventions...and brewing beer.

Education
2007-2012 | MSC, Landscape Architecture, Edinburgh College of Art
2014-2015 | MA, Urban Design, University of Westminster

 

Key projects:


Landmark Pinnacle, London
Residential, RIBA Stage 4

Island Point, London
Medium residential project, RIBA Stages 2-4

Garratt Lane, London
Medium residential project, RIBA Stages 2