Kevin Fellingham is an internationally recognised architect and educator. His practice has built work in Italy, the UK, Canada and South Africa and received a number of design awards internationally including the WAN World House of the Year in 2007. The practice has a particular focus on working sensitively with historic buildings and landscapes, and is committed to working with, rather than against, the natural environment.


Kevin studied at the University of the Witwatersrand and at MIT, where his research on The Woodland Cemetery was awarded the Ralph Adams Cram Prize for excellence in Interdisciplinary Research. He worked in a senior design role  for leading practices in South Africa, the USA and the UK. From 2008 to 2010 he was Sir Isaac Newton Design Fellow at Cambridge University, and from 2012,  Senior Lecturer in Theory and Design at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.