Ingrid joined Feilden Fowles in 2011, after graduating with Distinction from the Architecture School of Versailles. While completing her Masters, Ingrid studied at the Mackintosh School of Architecture and the Kyoto Institute of Technology, looking at housing typologies in Japan. At Feilden Fowles, Ingrid has worked on a range of projects across the arts and culture, education and heritage sectors. She was project architect on the recently completed scheme at Pinewood School and the multi-award winning, Grade 1 listed extension to Carlisle Cathedral, The Fratry. Ingrid is now overseeing Feilden Fowles’ new graduate accommodation and student facilities at Green Templeton College, University of Oxford. She also led the winning bid in the National Railway Museum’s Central Hall Design Competition, which includes a £16.5 million centrepiece exhibition building due for completion in 2025, Feilden Fowles’ largest cultural project to date.
Ingrid plays a key role in the management of the practice, heading up business development, strategic planning and resourcing within the team. Ingrid ran a design unit with Edmund Fowles at London Metropolitan University for three years, focusing on new models of education buildings. She maintains an active role in education, with regular lectures and mentoring. Ingrid was selected as one of the RIBA J’s 2020 Rising Stars in recognition of her talents and achievements. Ingrid is also a finalist in the MJ Long Prize, as part of the W Awards 2021, and named RIBA North West Architect of the Year 2022.