FAT was an architecture studio with an international reputation for delivering outstanding and award winning projects at a range of scales and for many different uses. We specialise in architecture, cities and design.
The studio was directed by Sean Griffiths, Charles Holland and Sam Jacob, each of whom are committed to developing architectural culture both through practice and through design research at institutions including Yale and the Architectural Association.
In December 2013, the practice announced its breakup. The final project will see its completion in the summer of 2014. It is a ceramic-clad gingerbread holiday home in a field in Essex, designed with artist Grayson Perry as part of Alain de Botton's series of rentable holiday homes. A cross between a Thai wat and an Essex barn, it promises to be one of the most intricately layered concoctions the practice has produced.
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