Kevin Fellingham runs the Second Year Design and Theory Studio course in the Bachelor of Architectural Studies (BAS) degree programme. Prior to this he was a Sir Isaac Newton Design Fellow at Cambridge University where he jointly led the MPhil in Environmental Design Studio. He has been a regular guest lecturer and critic at leading schools of architecture in South Africa, the US and the UK.
Kevin is a registered architect in South Africa and the United Kingdom. He has broad international experience, having worked in senior design roles on numerous competition and award winning projects at Peter Rich Architects, Arup Associates and Rick Mather Architects before re-forming his own practice in 2006. His House J in South Africa won the World Architecture News House of the Year Award in 2007.
He is a graduate of the University of the Witwatersrand and of MIT, where he received merit scholarships from the departments of Architecture and Planning and won Ralph Adams Cram Award for outstanding interdisciplinary research.
His teaching, research and practice have focussed on the construction of a more benevolent relationship between the built and natural environment on both the experiential and the technical level.